Changing every other instance of <B> in a file
larskl at klassekampen.no
Tue Mar 27 15:21:00 CEST 2001
I have quite a few (~70000) quark tagged files I'd like to HTMLize, and
as my tool of choice has been python for every other script, I thought
I'd stick to what I know. Or thought I knew.
The original file.txt (quark tagged) :
Blablabla <B> talktalk <B> blabla blabla balbalblabla
The resulting file.html (html)
Blablabla <B> talktalk </B> blabla blabla balbalblabla
As you can tell, every other instance of <B> is to be changed into </B>.
How on earth can I do this as easy as I did in sed ? I'm stuck
mindwise, locked on a useless solution I'm too embarrased
to show you ;)
All help is appreciated !
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