java library to parse html
DescriptionHTML Parser is a Java library used to parse HTML in either a linear or nested fashion. Primarily used for transformation or extraction, it features filters, visitors, custom tags and easy to use JavaBeans. The two fundamental use-cases that are handled by the parser are extraction and transformation (the syntheses use-case, where HTML pages are created from scratch, is better handled by other tools closer to the source of data). In general, to use the HTMLParser you will need to be able to write code in the Java programming language. Although some example programs are provided that may be useful as they stand, it's more than likely you will need (or want) to create your own programs or modify the ones provided to match your intended application.
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