RE: A simple guy with a simple problem
OK Sean, Bob, Aren't you out of the "infoset" box there? I mean, by the time your processor is finished with this you probably want it in a CSV file. Then run it through a perl script, and spit back some "nice" XML for your various downstream customers. (Personally I would just run it through my favourite parser in "XML cleaning" mode, then "sed"). Treat your customers nicely, and tolerate what you must from your suppliers. -Hugh hpyle@a... > I am stunned at the number of people who have suggested > lexical processing to solve this problem. And worse, in one > case, a suggestion that I was trolling with this simple > example!
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