in reply to Re^2: Having a regex error
in thread Having a regex error
I was told NOT to use regexes to parse HTML a number of times but I generally pull through it okay.
Don't mind. Every now and again I do it myself... although I guess I should be supposed not to say so here!! So pssst...
I know some of the / were useless but I had to try to see if I could figure out what's wrong.. Anything in the code that might be the problem for not matching anything?
Hmmm... do you mean \ (a.k.a. backslashes)? Anyway, no: at first sight I don't see anything wrong. But I'm tired, and I suppose that an HTML-extracting module would do better than me!