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Re^2: Checking contents of fetched URL.

by ajay.awachar (Acolyte)
on Jan 29, 2010 at 23:43 UTC ( #820429=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Checking contents of fetched URL.
in thread Checking contents of fetched URL.

I got your point on interpolation problem with $res->content. But even after replacing it with

 print "\nResponse = ", $res->content, " \n";

I am still not getting the exact contents. I'm not getting any output for $res->content. I even tried  print "Response =  ".$res->as_string(); but it gives me some errors regarding unavailability of HTML/HeadParser.pm. Any idea on this.

Ajay

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Re^3: Checking contents of fetched URL.
by Anonymous Monk on Jan 30, 2010 at 16:18 UTC

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[ambrus]: And I don't much like syntax highlighters. If you need a syntax highlighter to understand your code, then your code is written unclear.
[ambrus]: And if you need a syntax highlighter to color parenthesis green and numbers black and letters blue, then you're using the wrong font.
[ambrus]: I have to tolerate syntax highlighters when other people use them, but I don't use them myself. And sorry for the rant.
[GotToBTru]: I appreciate the ability to highlight matching brackets/ parentheses/ braces, both for my own code and the inconsistently indented code of others
[Corion]: I like editors that automatically highlight the matching parenthesis (like % in vi), but that's roughly the extent to which I like editor support ;)
[GotToBTru]: same here Corion.
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