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Re: Parsing data
From Inachu on 2 Nov '01
replying to Parsing data posted by Inachu

I found a cool program that does something like what I am looking
for but I think java script is still the way to go.

The program is called ParseRAT.
Information at http://www.guysoftware.com/parseratpress.htm

Inachu

>I am curious if I should use javascript or cgi or smething simple
>such as batch or basic(qbasic) for parsing of data.
>
>This can be done either loacally on a web browser.
>
>The sample data to parse would look something like:
>
>(unparsed)
>109328746121datastreetnw500500
>
>(parsed)
>109328746 121 data street nw $5.00 500
>
>I am thinking that for ease of use perhaps use javascript or asp(PWS)
>
>What do you guys think?
>
>It's been well over 13 years since I have really done any kind of
>programming so I am very rusty.
>
>I am at this moment reading--->
>http://builder.cnet.com/webbuilding/pages/Programming/XMLToday/ss01.html
>
>Should XML scare me?!? and does pws support xml? I don't think so...
>
>If any of you guys search and find better sites that offer
>parsing information or code please chip in! :-)
>
>The end result I would like the parsed data to show up and be
>used on the web. Cutting and pasting data into a form for the
>informatiion to be parsed at first sounds to be a good idea but
>forms have a input limit I am sure of




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