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Well, this isn't exactly right but it'll move you along, don't have time to continue. Probably finding a more comprehensive parser as previously suggested would help
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use LWP::Simple; use HTML::TokeParser; my $url = ' +D=12700&SPID=5671&SPSID=53628'; my $raw = get($url); my $stream = HTML::TokeParser->new(\$raw) or die "$url $!"; while(my $token = $stream->get_token() ) { my $ttype = shift @{ $token }; if ($ttype eq "S") { my($tag, $attr, $attrseq, $rawtxt) = @{ $token }; next until ($tag eq "table"); my $class = $attr->{'class'}; if ($class eq "ScheduleTable") { while($stream->get_tag('tr')) {# my $sched = $stream->get_trimmed_text('/tr'); print "$sched\n"; } } # class eq "ScheduleTable" } # $ttype eq "S" } # while

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In reply to Re: TokeParser and newlines by suaveant
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