Re: HTML::Parser does give any result of its "sub text{...}".


Dear Tom, Thank you for your help. You solved my problem. And I apologize because I understood Jenda's advice very slowly. Again thanks. === On Fri, 12 Oct 2007 19:40:16 -0700 "Tom Phoenix" wrote: > On 10/12/07, Patrik Hasibuan ...
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