Subject: Re: HTML parser?
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: 1997/12/16
Newsgroups: comp.lang.scheme
Message-ID: <674qeb$>

Ketil Z Malde  <> wrote:
| If you use a validating parser (nsgmls), it will handle errors in the
| HTML source, so it should be a non-issue.  Unless, of course, you want
| to be able to handle errors in a gracefullish (it is, of course,
| impossible to handle graceless code in a completely graceful way) manner. 

But one *must* at least (silently) "do the right thing" with some of the
more common illegal nestings, e.g., stuff like "<I><B>some text</I></B>".
Crud like that is seen all too often...


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