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Answer: How can use Perl to strip away some nested HTML markup code, like <SCRIPT> ?

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Q&A > regular expressions > How can use Perl to strip away some nested HTML markup code, like <SCRIPT> ? contributed by songahji

if you have lynx (a program to browse the World Wide Web which works on simple text terminals) then call it.
$text_only = `lynx -dump $filename`;
OR

If you have Netscape, use its "Save as" option with the type set to "Text". This one works with tables.

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