The reason for not combining 2 different files is that they are for different functionality.One for extracting html tags from a html file anc checking whether which all browser version supports them and other file is for checking the html error in they file using "TIDY". And i donot believe in combining 2 different files which provides entirely different functionalities to complicate matters.
Actually previously these 2 files have been called by "system" command in C and "popen" was used for passing and getting arguments between C and perl.But this reduced speed of execution. So i am trying to increase the speed by embedding perl in C
Any way THANKS for all your replies and suggestion & helping novices like me.Always keep this good mind with you.
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