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Default Parsing continuous stream

Using c#, I need to connect to a remote server via http and read back in a stream from that server. The remote server will continue to send blocks of information indefinitely. Each block has a specific delimiter. What I'd like to do is to somehow separate each block as it streams in and store it in an individual file. Any tips on how to accomplish this feat would be greatly appreciated.

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