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I had thought about the HTML::Parser route, but it was ruled out by my webserver's lack of modules. I really should check into getting them installed (they don't support SSH or telnet).

What I had planned on doing was have a small Perl program run on my webserver and return stats (my level, etc) from PerlMonks to my website. Just a simple side project.

I'm going to stick with the XML XP Ticker mainly because it's short (easier to edit with a few regexps).

Thanks for the HTML::Parser code. I was planning on reading up on HTML modules, and I think something along the lines of what you wrote would be a good starting point to learn and write some code that uses HTML::Parser and friends :)

John J Reiser

In reply to Re: Re: PerlMonks XP XML Ticker by newrisedesigns
in thread PerlMonks XP XML Ticker by newrisedesigns

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