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Default search in an HTML Page


I have an HTMl page which I want to search for a specific word in it by a small program which I should able to run that program and if it finds that word, return me "found it" otherwise sends me a popup warning which says "not found".
how can I write do this.
my html page is just tables and the info inside of the cells.
looking for the best solution.

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do you mean that on one page a user will type in something into a text box and search another certain page for that text (not in the tags but the actual text of the page) and then return whether it found it or not?

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