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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Dreamweaver has this great little menu entry called "Clean up Word HTML".

    It's not perfect, but generally when I need to do Word cleanup, I run it through that filter first, then do the rest by hand from there.
  • There is also HTML-Tidy, which is available as a plug-in to many GUI HTML editors, e.g. HTML-Kit or Quanta+. It's a small c library and there is a small executable available for command line use and there is of course a Perl module based on it, HTML::Tidy.

    As much as I loath and detest Microsoft products, what scares me even more is that people who love Microsoft have no idea how to use their products at all. It's hardly surprising that most Windows machines are infected with something or that when I re

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    -- "It's not magic, it's work..."