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I have a little problem and I want the most cool/efficient (but still understandable) way of solving it.

I basically have a long string, for example.

<tr><td id=tpa1 nowrap bgcolor=#e5ecf9 height=40 onMouseOver="ss('go to')" onMouseOut="cs()" class=ch onClick="ga(this,event)"><a id=pa1 href=/pagead/iclk?adurl= onMouseOver="return ss('go to')" onMouseOut="cs()"><b>MySite</b> wine merchant</a><font size=-1><br><span class=a></span>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Award winning wines at great prices&nbsp;&nbsp;Money back satisfaction guarantee</font></td><td id=spa1 class=ch bgcolor=#e5ecf9 height=40 align=right valign=top onMouseOver="ss('go to')" onMouseOut="cs()" onClick="ga(this,event)"><font size=-1 class=f>Sponsored Links</font></td></tr>

I want the best way to get all the domain names out of it.

So for example in the above I would get, and as the output.

I have tried doing this with the module from cpan, but i'm not sure if this is really necessary. Can I just do it with a regular expression? Reading the string in and storing all occurences of ?

Thank you, your advice is as ever very much appreciated.


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