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2017.03.19 05:00 Squish_E Looking how to use Xpath explained in post with code

UPDATE*2017-03-28** Incase anyone is curious my program will goto the site and now copy almost just what i need!!!! Working on setting up a file someone to reference to so this post isnt 2 pages long lol
//////////////////////////////////////// I know this is simple right now but I'm starting from the ground up to more understand what I'm doing so I don't get lost. Right now the program will run with the windows and buttons iv'e assigned so far. It opens IE > Plugs web address in > waits for it to load > then i get error of course but on the
hElement = IE.document.GetElementbyid() I want this to grab 20 draws on the web address stated cause that is all that is posted per page. I'm not sure if it will grab all of them or just the first row but I can't know till i get the next step worked out.
Once it finds that, I want to copy it to a clipboard or something so I can transfer it to excel. I know how to use excel with VB to open create and save just not how to tell VB the data I have gathered to drop it in there yet. Any guidance would be great. Problem I'm having though is a lot of what I find is old code or is not VB.NET and I've tried a lot of things and tested and I'm to the point of frustration so I thought I would come here for help.
Public Class Form1 Private Sub btnExit_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles btnExit.Click Me.Close() End Sub Private Sub btnLoad_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles btnLoad.Click End Sub Private Sub btnScrape_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles btnScrape.Click Dim URL As String Dim IE As Object Dim hElement As HtmlElement Dim oExcel As Object Dim oBook As Object Dim oSheet As Object 'Creates IE Object IE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application") 'Lets me see IE window IE.Visible = True 'Declare the website to goto URL = "https://www.ohiolottery.com/WinningNumbers/KenoDrawings/KenoDrawingsArchive.aspx?date=03%2f01%2f2017" 'Tells IE to goto said website IE.Navigate(URL) ' 'Delaying until IE is loaded Do Until IE.ReadyState = WebBrowserReadyState.Complete Application.DoEvents() Loop hElement = IE.document.GetElementbyid() End Sub Private Sub StatusStrip1_ItemClicked(sender As Object, e As ToolStripItemClickedEventArgs) Handles StatusBar.ItemClicked End Sub 
End Class
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2012.04.22 21:54 PoisonSnow Probability Question:

I have quite an interesting question, and It mainly involves some Probability Math that I am more than lost at right now... A class-assignment was to test the following webpage probabilities for legitimacy: http://www.ohiolottery.com/games/DrawGames/megamillions.aspx
I have solved the first two (Jackpot and 250,000) by using the following measurements:
5 correct balls (1-56) + I correct "Mega-Ball" (1-46)
So (1)/(56C5)*(46C1) = 175,711,536 : which, if you check, end up being the same as the amount written on the webpage...
Next, I used the same number (175,711,536) and divided it by 45, because the $250,000 involves getting the 5 regular balls correct but not the "Mega" ball... I used 45 instead of 46 because one of the 46 is the correct "Mega" ball, thus winning you the Jackpot, not the $250,000 prize... Answer for the $250,000 prize: 1 in 3,904,700.08 (I rounded to 3,904,701, as did the website)
After this: I'm lost... I have no idea how to test the probability for the $10,000 prize, which is said to be 1 in 689,065. My guess is that I'm just missing something, and a quick and simple manipulation on one of the first two answers get's me the correct number here. (There is also a chance that the website has the wrong numbers)
Just to be clear, I'm NOT actually looking for anyone to do the work for me, I just need someone to point out to me how to go about solving them, what I need to look for when doing this, etc.
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