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thanks for the quick answer.

Here is the line of code: print STDERR (Mojo::DOM->new($args->{$t})->at('iframe'));

this is what i get :

$VAR1 = '<p>No one\'s telling the truth anymore, and that makes the nu +mbers suspect.</p> <p>***<iframe width="480" height="360" src="http://localhost:8000/embe +d/static/clips/2012/12/17/28210/test-rush" allowfullscreen="" framebo +rder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>***</p> <p>\\n</p> <p>Instead of addressing the fact that some text</p> <p>\\n</p> <p>***<iframe width="480" height="360" src="http://localhost:8000/embe +d//static/video/2012/09/07/fnc-ff-20120907-doocytaxes" allowfullscree +n="" frameborder="0" scrolling="\\"no\\""></iframe>***</p> <p>\\n</p> <p>The very first example AP cites was already corrected.some text ... +.Reacting to recent <a href="/blog/2013/04/17/major-errors-undermine- +key-argument-for-austeri">research</a> that has questions.</p> <p>\\n</p> <p>***<iframe width="480" height="360" src="http://localhost:8000/embe +d/static/clips/2013/04/29/29939/fnc-an-20130429-hemmermooredebtgdp" a +llowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>***</p> <p>\\n Arriving at such a conclusion requires not only obscuring the i +mportance in pushing global austerity <a href="/static/images/item/gd +p-components.jpg">strong measures</a> of too little spending.</p>'; <iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="360" scrolling="no" + src="http://localhost:8000/embed/static/clips/2012/12/17/28210/test- +rush" width="480"></iframe>

it seems to extract some of the non iframe stuff too....

how to get rid of the non iframe part or put just the iframe part in an array

In reply to Re^2: how to extract iframes from text by Anonymous Monk
in thread how to extract iframes from text by Anonymous Monk

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