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Re^3: Hypertree from HTML file

by jZed (Prior)
on Oct 31, 2007 at 23:49 UTC ( #648399=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


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in thread Hypertree from HTML file

That was one of my guesses. Another was that it was a tree (folding outline) of hypertext links. But why guess?


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Re^4: Hypertree from HTML file
by Anonymous Monk on Nov 01, 2007 at 00:12 UTC
    I suppose its actually called a hyperbolic Tree, the prof only refers to it as a hyperTree. It would take in an HTML file and output it in xml tree format which I believe is a representation of a hypertree/Relational Database type format. I think HTML::TreeBuilder might be just what I'm looking for???

      Nope. XML is nothing to do with 'hyperbolic Tree' and HTML::TreeBuilder, while a fine tool, probably won't help you much with this problem. Are you expecting to generate a picture or a file? If you expect to generate a file get your prof to generate the file contents that are expected for a simple HTML page.

      My best guess at the moment is that a picture of the form provided by the Java hyperTree object is what is expected. Maybe you should tell us more of the context for this project? in particular, what is to happen with the output?


      Perl is environmentally friendly - it saves trees
        K, now I'm confused. What I need to do is to take an HTML page/file parse it. Take the structure and regurgitate it in a string output to an html or text file. I'll just use HTML. So it would appear in the structure that an xml file appears in with respect to the root node, elements, attributes and so forth. Visually, with the inherent relationships.

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