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You need a stream to read the response, WebResponse.GetResponseStream(), and a stream to write it to the hard drive. FileStream should do the trick. You’ll have to write to the filestream what you read from the response stream.

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VB.NET


Dim t1 As String = DateTime.Parse('3:30 PM').ToString('t')
Dim t2 As String = DateTime.Now.ToString('t')
If DateTime.Compare(DateTime.Parse(t1), DateTime.Parse(t2)) < 0 Then
	Response.Write(t1.ToString() & ' is < than ' & t2.ToString())
Else
	Response.Write(t1.ToString() & ' is > than ' & t2.ToString())
End If

C#


string  t1    = DateTime.Parse('3:30 PM').ToString('t');
string t2  = DateTime.Now.ToString('t');
if (DateTime.Compare(DateTime.Parse (t1), DateTime.Parse (t2)) < 0 )
{
	Response.Write(t1.ToString() + ' is < than ' + t2.ToString());
}
else
{
	Response.Write(t1.ToString() + ' is > than ' + t2.ToString());
}
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