- wget -c "http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ks?s=MNDO+Key+Statistics" -O MNDO+Key+Statistics.html
- perl htmltreexpather.pl MNDO+Key+Statistics.html _tag table >MNDO+Key+Statistics.xpaths.txt
- Then plug in the xpaths you want into this example web::scraper using an xpath
Read perlintro and References quick reference for a quick refresher.
Read http://w3schools.com/xpath/default.asp for gentle introduction to xpath.
Use cpan Web::Scraper or cpanp i Web::Scraper to install Web::Scraper
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