Strip HTML tags?
bwglitch at hotpop.com
Mon Dec 15 05:17:37 CET 2003
> BW Glitch <bwglitch at hotpop.com> wrote in message news:<brgkln$33crt$1 at ID-203388.news.uni-berlin.de>...
>>>I was wondering what would be the easiest way to strip away HTML tags from a string?
>>>Or how would I remove everything between < and > also the < , > as well using regex?
>>You could use the SGMLparser for that also. Check the Python Cookbook at
>>ASPN ( http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Python/Cookbook/ ) for a recipe
>>that uses it (
> Thanks! The recipe works out fine! The problem is that I saved the
> class in a file and I want it to be included in my other script. How
> can that be done? My other script is in the same directory as the
> class and doing import <name of class> doesn't work.
You should import <filename minus .py*>
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