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Thread: need help copying (what is in address bar)

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    Default need help copying (what is in address bar)

    hello ,,,
    please i want a smiple program
    that copies what is typed in address bar in a variable.....

    example:
    if what is in address bar is htt p://www.yahoo.com/

    so
    x="http://www.yahoo.com/"




    can any one help me please
    thanks alot
    Last edited by 3ammary; January 8th, 2011 at 08:37 AM.


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