hello all. you are my last resort, cause quite frankly i dont like you guys. ok just kidding. i ve spent about an hour searching in googleland, how can i match a specific phrase consisted of greek letters, inside a greek text. actually, the source of a web page, having greek context. ie i wanna match the part:
<A HREF="story.do?id=6908144&publDate=20/6/2012"><div class="reportageStoryUTitle">«ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΧΑΛΥΒΟΥΡΓΙΑ»</div>
this line, is part of a greater line, which has a repetition of the above code, with the only difference, being the greek phrase, and it is not always on the same position of this line. by just searching for the part "ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΧΑΛΥΒΟΥΡΓΙΑ" the code would just grab the first piece of these similar fractions of html code, regardless of the greek phrase, seeming like it doesn't understand greek at all
i ve tried using "use utf8;" but when i use it, the script can't even find the entire html code part, not just greek phrase. i ve set my linux local to "export LC_ALL=el_GR.UTF-8" and when i tried:
cat test | perl -Mencoding='utf8' -e 'print <STDIN>'
where test is a file with greek letters, it printed it out just fine. i may be asking something newbie here, but i m really stuck, but any help would be appreciated. thanks for your time
ps: the html code in reality, doesnt actually contain 3digit parts. but actual letters in greek