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Just in case anyone would like to see it and safe the 4,000 clicks through sourceforge, and unpacking the zip file... update: this made more sense before it was reparented from a dup-node that did not have the sources in it.
#!c:/Perl/bin/Perl.exe # # this code was put in the public domain here: # V 0.9.0 04/08/2008 17: +01:00 open (INFILEHANDLE, "<table.txt") or die "error opening"; open (OUTFILEHANDLE, ">table.html") or die "error opening"; while (<INFILEHANDLE>) { chomp; if ($_ eq "") { print OUTFILEHANDLE "<B><\/B><BR>\n\n<HR>\n"; # was an empty lin +e } else { s/\t/ /; #join 1st & 2nd field (comment this if undesired) s/\t/ <\/B><BR>\n/; # 1st fields will be bold so we have a <\/ +B> s/\t/ <BR>\n/g; # remaining fields will end with <BR> print OUTFILEHANDLE "<B> $_ <BR>\n<HR>\n"; # record separator wi +ll be <HR> } } close INFILEHANDLE; close OUTFILEHANDLE; print "\nFile table.html created (press a key)\n"; $line = <STDIN>;


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