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I used the following code to get the words from HTML. The javascript removal came from Re: HTML::Strip Problem.
my $text = ""; # HTML::Parser is broken on Javascript and styles (it leaves # it in the text). # # my $parser = HTML::Parser->new( # 'text_h' => [ sub { $text .= " " . shift; }, "dtext" ] # ); my $parser = HTML::Parser->new( start_h => [ sub{ $_[0]->{text}.=' '; $_[0]->{skip}++ if $_[1] +eq 'script' or $_[1] eq 'style'; } , 'self,tag' ], end_h => [ sub{ $_[0]->{skip}-- if $_[1] eq '/script' or $_[1 +] eq '/style'; } , 'self,tag' ], text_h => [ sub{ $_[0]->{text}.=$_[1] unless $_[0]->{skip}}, ' +self,dtext' ] ); $parser->parse($html_in); $text = $parser->{text};

In reply to Re: Extracting keywords from HTML by superfrink
in thread Extracting keywords from HTML by wfsp

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