Webrequest pulls data from a web server. In theory, you could pull a CSV file instead of a web page.
I'm assuming the CSV file is on a web server since you say "on internet."
I've not tried this myself, but in theory it should work.
Translation: I want to read a book that's in the library.. currently I go to the library and borrow it, but Is there a way to read the book from the library without borrowing it?
No, you can't, obviously.
I've never used WebRequest otherwise I would have take the time to make a mql's economic calendar reader library. Just saying.
Can you explain why you want to do this? Security? File is too large?
And what do you mean by "read" in this context?
I mean, technically, you could remote into the box with the CSV on it and look at it, and no "copy" of the original file would take place. To use @whroeder1's analogy, it would be like going to a library to read one of those reference book that they don't let you take outside the library.
Exactly this is what I want to do.. Can you give me a hint as to how to achieve this
For educational purposes to be honest.. I just wanted to know whether it is possible or not..
Thanks again for your time..
Not without downloading it you can't.