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Don't use RegEx to parse [X]HTML.

, 1 Jan 2010
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Not only is this very good advice, but also an excellent read. Various reasons to not use RegEx on HTML.[^]
Not only is this very good advice, but also an excellent read.
 
Various reasons to not use RegEx on HTML.[^]

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