This is now the fourth or fifth post you make where you try to attack more than one problem at the same time. I suggest that you concentrate on getting one problem fixed at a time instead of trying to ask as many questions as you can type in one post.

Also, you should start debugging your problems yourself, and reduce the input data and output data to the relevant parts. For example, you would only need to show the one "AU:" line with "Mr. Henderson" instead of showing the complete output to demonstrate your first problem.


In reply to Re: Display the extracted ID in ID: tag before AU: tag and problem in capitalizing first letter in each word by Corion
in thread Display the extracted ID in ID: tag before AU: tag and problem in capitalizing first letter in each word by allison

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