I've to extract data from a table on a webpage and then I want them to put inside a table in database.
I found HTML::TableParse & HTML::TableExtract but they are not working for my case, can somebody provide me a simple example for both.
My table is having some Id and 5 columns. I am having table with the same column name in database, now I just want to grab the exact value from the website and to put them exactly in the same table.
e.g. you can consider this link itself perl monk's Newest Node page and let me know how can I fetch the Questions table contents and can put them in a table with the same column name.
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