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You say this code generates "a host of interesting errors when run through a validator" followed by "comments based on sample output available at the link".

Had you validated the output of the script you would have seen that it didn't generate the sample, a much earlier revision did. I neglected to update the sample because it wasn't as important to me as the code. After all it was only a sample, nothing i expected anyone to bother validating and criticizing on PERLmonks!

Next time please run the perl code before running off to the HTML validator.

And if you're really worried about a 5 space alignment variation in lynx (how nit picky can you get?) try looking at the source code to find out why it does that, and fix your copy, if you actually use lynx and can't live with it. I gave you the code for free, it's the least you could do.

Update: I changed this node when i realized how ridiculous the criticism was. Apologies to davorg for eliminating the context of his reply.

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