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use strict; use warnings; use YAML; use HTML::Tree; use LWP::UserAgent; my $ua = LWP::UserAgent->new; my $response = $ua->get(' +927'); my $content1 = $response->content; my $tree = HTML::Tree->new(); $tree->parse($content1); my $article = $tree->look_down(_tag=>'form',id=>'raaga'); my $table = $article->look_down(_tag=>'table',class=>'dataTbl',width=> +"450"); print Dump $table;
$table should be populate with a table .. but that;s not happening ...
my $table = $tree->look_down(_tag=>'table',class=>'dataTbl',width=>"450");
but if i try this way its getting the table .
$tree -- > HTML CODE
$article --> $tree ->look down a form with id
$table --> $article -> narrowing the tree with a table which has class
$table is not populate


$tree -- > HTML CODE
$table -->$tree-> narrowing the tree with a table which has class
Can any one tell me why isn't this working ???

In reply to HTML::Tree look_down is not working by Kanishka.black0

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