C# - Read HTTP Body And Put It Into Variables?

Mar 9, 2010

how do you create a class to read the html body and phase it into a variable?


the page [URL] display the following plaintext within the html body content item1=xyz&item2=abc&item3=jkl

how do you read content of the html body and assign them to a variables

in this case

variable1=xyz (value taken from item1=)
variable2=abc (value taken from item2=)
variable3=jkl (value taken from item3=)

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