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[REBOL] Re: What's with /MARKUP?

From: ddalley:idirect at: 28-Jan-2001 10:28

On 28-Jan-01, Andrew Martin wrote:
> So that your code can block parse the HTML and text between the tags, so > allowing you to rewrite the HTML code or alter it in any way, like checking > for XML/HTML validity, stripping tags and so on. As an example, a web > stripper, knowing where the <p> tags are, would allow it to generate a > double newline in the output stream to signal a paragraph. Detect a image > tag would allow stripping out the ALT text inside and substituting that for > the picture.
Thanks, Andrew. The dictionary definition didn't get too detailed in /MARKUP's usage and the only HTML stripper I found didn't use it, so I needed some practical examples. -- ---===///||| Donald Dalley |||\\\===--- The World of AmiBroker Support UIN/ICQ#: 65203020