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Yet another look at it...

#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use LWP::Simple; use HTML::Parser; # 'print' URL to save a smidge of bandwidth my $url = ";node_id=31832"; if (my $page = get($url)) { my $parser = HTML::Parser->new( api_version => 3 ); $parser->handler( start => sub { return if shift ne 'title'; my $self = shift; $self->handler( text => sub { my $title = shift; # Only ready for 4-function math with integers if ($title =~ m#((\d+) (\+) (\d+))#) { print "$1 = ", eval("$2 $3 $4"), "\n"; } }, 'dtext' ); $self->handler( end => sub { shift->eof if shift eq 'title' ; }, 'tagname,self' ); }, 'tagname,self' ); $parser->parse($page); } else { print "Unable to fetch '$url' for some reason.\n"; }

I chose to leave the database layer out of it this time.

In reply to Re: Adding 2 + 2 by webfiend
in thread Adding 2 + 2 by merlyn

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