The default record seperator is a tab. I recommend you use it since just about any character is fair game for a node title.

Maybe you could add an other option, -r for example that would replace $SEP:

# option definition becomes(sorry to break the push ;--( getopts('p:u:s:r:h',\%opts); # replacement string initialization my $REP= $opts{r} || " "; # loop that processes the links while (my $tag = $parser->get_tag('a')) { if ($tag->[1]->{href} =~ /node_id=(\d+)/) { my $text= $parser->get_text; $text=~ {$SEP}{$REP}go; print $1 . $SEP . $text . "\n"; } }

In reply to Re: Personal Nodelet Extractor by mirod
in thread Personal Nodelet Extractor by jeffa

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