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Re: [ajug-members]: Parsing HTML
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- Subject: Re: [ajug-members]: Parsing HTML
- From: Rob Kischuk <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 13 May 2004 11:38:29 -0400
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Although I've heard that some people hava a beef with it, I've found
that the Swing HTML parser (doesn't need to be in a swing app) has met
my needs. It has a nice and simple callback API that lets you choose
what tags you care about and ignore everything else:
Mike Barnes wrote:
>I have a project that needs to be able to analyze html
>What is the best way to do this. Is it to first run
>HTML through JTIDY
>and then an XML parser? Or is there a more efficient
>Thanks in advance.
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