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Parsing an HTML document by using a recursive function

, 14 Apr 2010 CPOL
This is an example of one way to parse an HTML document by using a recursive function. In this example, an html document is loaded from a text file, but the code also demonstrates (in remarks) using a web page as a source file.When the recursive function is called, a conditional statement...
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