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Logic of HTML Parsing

 
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HI all,

I want to create a class able to parse HTML page and create a tree structure to display all the elements along with their attributes and data (like links to files, or text etc), if any.

I am aware that many have designed this thing.
I don't want complete code, but logic how it's done and some code snipets.

I will be thankfull to all you friends for the help.
I hope you have understood what I mean. For any elaboration pease ask.

Thanks.
Lalit Nagalkar
 
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As you said, there are a number of decent libraries available that do this (like jTidy, TagSoup, NekoXNI, ...). The easiest might be to study their approach; I'm sure you'd get a wide range of ideas from that.
 
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In addition to Ulf's comments, you may like to check out this as well.
 
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