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Well instead of trolling why not supply a working example to help ?? Its always the Anonymous Monk lacking courage to put a name to a comment

How is it trolling to point out the shortcomings of a "solution"? Maybe you should look up the definition of troll

What courage is required to point out a simple fact about HTML::Parser? Are you under the impression that HTML::Parser is a high level parser?

Your "solution" doesn't fetch the portion of page from class = lastUnit to class = line margin10 -- its incomplete -- it is lots easier/shorter/simpler to use  m{\Q$start\E(.+?)\Q$end\E}i instead of that HTML::Parser low-levelness

Have you seen Re: How to grab a portion of file with regex (don't)? Its not unlike a minimum of three different tutorials/walkthroughs/step-by-step-instructions on extracting/xpathing the dom , some even compare/contrast with HTML::Parser


In reply to Re^4: How to grab a portion of file with regex by Anonymous Monk
in thread How to grab a portion of file with regex by romy_mathew

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