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Re: Grepping out strings

by jpk236 (Monk)
on Feb 02, 2005 at 14:22 UTC ( #427259=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Grepping out strings

Tom, This might not be as fancy as some of the other suggestions, but it will work for both domains.
#!/usr/bin/perl $data = "<tr><td id=tpa1 nowrap bgcolor=#e5ecf9 height=40 onMouseOver= +ss('go to www.mysite.com') onMouseOut=cs() class=ch onClick=ga(this,e +vent)><a id=pa1 href=/pagead/iclk?adurl=http://www.mysite.com&sa=l&ai +=BRqXfIssAQqj8EcfeRIXF7OQD2sdO4pmhjQGsqeEKgPEECAAQARgBKAI4AECKFkifOZg +BgkugAZDsuf8DyAEB onMouseOver=return ss('go to www.mysite.com') onMou +seOut=cs()><b>MySite</b> wine merchant</a><font size=-1><br><span cla +ss=a>www.mysite2.com</span>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Award +winning wines at great prices&nbsp;&nbsp;Money back satisfaction guar +antee</font></td><td id=spa1 class=ch bgcolor=#e5ecf9 height=40 align +=right valign=top onMouseOver=ss('go to www.mysite2.com') onMouseOut= +cs() onClick=ga(this,event)><font size=-1 class=f>Sponsored Links</fo +nt></td></tr>"; ($domain1) = $data =~ /=ss\('go to (\S*)'\).*$/; ($domain2) = $data =~ /^.*=ss\('go to (\S*)'\)/; $domain1 = "http://".$domain1; $domain2 = "http://".$domain2; print "Domain1 :: $domain1\n"; print "Domain2 :: $domain2\n";
- Justin

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