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Making Progress with HTML::Parser

Dave Aiello wrote, "By continually plugging away at writing code that implements HTML::Parser, I have gotten it to work. I leaned heavily on the best how to article I could find on the subject Parsing HTML with HTML::Parser (unfortunately a subscription to Perl Journal magazine is required to access this)."

"I feel that way the code is written is unintuitive and I can't believe that HTML parsed to your specification is not explicitly returned by a call to $parser->parse($html)."

Dave Aiello continued, "I am going to post a question to a mailing list to confirm the validity of the approach I used to write my parser. Once I do that, I will post more detailed information about my experience and the code that I wrote."

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