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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You actually dare to call this XML? A snippet:

    <p> TUTORIAL OUTLINE: <ul> <li>Introduction <ul> <li>What are references and why are they useful? <li>What kinds of data structures does Perl support? <li>Using a hash as a data structure </ul> <li>Syntax of References <ul> ...


    Bloody hell.
    • No, those HTML tags are actually &lt; and &gt thingies. Whatever you're viewing the XML is converting them back to < and >.

      [wait, maybe you selected plaintext or HTML when you submitted your comment...]

      But yeah, this XML is basically some database fields and big whopping chunks of text for the descriptions.
      • Yup, it's not rocket science XML here. This is XML as "comma separated values for the new millennium."

        --Nat