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A beginnners guide to perl? :)

Also, cookies and perl?
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I just wrote a good script for my work that downloads a webpage then parses the html for specific data. I'll write up a thing for it and post it here. Its not really a tutorial per-say, but a good example of how to do something.
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kc0tma wrote:
I just wrote a good script for my work that downloads a webpage then parses the html for specific data. I'll write up a thing for it and post it here. Its not really a tutorial per-say, but a good example of how to do something.


Did you use mechanize or did you take a different approach?
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I just used get() with LWP::Simple to read the page, the HTML::TokeParser to narrow down the test, and then a regular expression or two to finish it off, then outputted the data to a file formatted as a CSV.
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I put this in my "introduction" but it would probably be better here:

I got the "tutorials wanted" message and one thing I'd be interested in developing at ozzu is a "Using Ajax with Mason" tutorial, since there is practically nothing about that on the web right now. This would just be some basic concepts from Ajax and Mason demonstrated together using simple examples, for beginners like myself: all the little mysteries I've solved this week are probably things many people starting down this path will encounter, so it seems worthwhile and might save them some time that could've been saved me if someone else had done this tutorial first :roll:

SO, if there is anyone out there with more experience in that area who would like to collaborate on such a thing, GREAT! -- or, at least, provide me with occasional guidance and proof reading, that'd be great too.

I'll probably make a go of it sometime in the next 30 days.

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I'd like a simple guide to mysql and ajax.

I know this exists, but the ones I've found don't explain everything sufficiently for me - I like to understand every line of code I write.

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