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Parsing an HTML document by using a recursive function

, 28 Sep 2011 CPOL
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GeneralReason for my vote of 1 not relevant Pin
www.marcjohnson.us6-Dec-11 4:32
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GeneralNot really- the objective was to (1) Demonstrate recursion, ... Pin
www.marcjohnson.us27-Sep-11 4:51
memberwww.marcjohnson.us27-Sep-11 4:51 
Not really- the objective was to (1) Demonstrate recursion, (2) parse an existing document, not transform it into a new one of a different type, (3) iterate through the document so that the value of a given item could be conditionally assigned to a variable. Nice link though- just not applicable for this submission.

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