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  • 24
    W̭̘͕͉͉̟͑̌̓͒ͫͫ̓͘h͈̳̠͚̗̅̒ͫà̜̘t̪̘͠ ͇̣̳̃̎̎̔̅̅a̝̯̺̱ͫ̆ͯ̅͆͜ ̙̻̯ͩ̒t̡̮̹̳̖̥̂͂r̹ͤ̾ä́ͧ̄͏̗̝͓nͫ̌s̮̹̆ͨ͟ĭ̱̈̽ͣͮͪ͜t̉͑ͦ͆͐ͦio̘̱̲ͥ̌̊͋̈̌ṇ̰ͧͮ̓͛̃̔ͬ ͙̭͙̄̓̇̾̔̎f̧̙̟̻͐̆̇͐ͅͅr̰͚o̳̞̱͢m̘̠̏̃̅ ̀ͪ҉x̄ͯm̨̍̔l̼̫͕̱͕ͫͨ͘ ͎̰͚̣̟͎͌͋̄ͨ̍̓̇̕ͅṱ̷̯͚̙̥̖͛ͫ̆̌͋̑͛ͅo̯͉͍̰̮ͅ ̢̈́ͥ͒̓̑̋x̤̱̮͉ͫ́h̺͙̜̯̅ͩ̀͑̀t͇̃̈ͭ͜m̳̳͚̞̱̾͢l̨̪͔̮̲ͮͪͤ ͕̥̓͋̈͌̍
  • 9
    yeah! best regex HTML parse answer out there.
  • 4
    @sam9669 congratulations you broke the matrix
  • 6
    That...uh, escalated quickly.
  • 3
    Give that man a cookie 😂😂
  • 2
    @Strannch oh wow am I the only one "awake" and can still communicate with you ?
  • 10
    "... Have you tried using an XML parser?"
  • 3
    @dickson-cider I was thinking 😂 too
  • 2
    @jallman112 it literally says that at the end of the post ;)
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    @disolved I know. @dickson-cider and I were laughing about that comment. That's why he put it in quotes ;-)
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    @jallman112 It just seemed like you didn't get it from your comment, sorry for the misunderstanding :)
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    What did i read :/
  • 2
    "HTML tags bleeding from your eyes" 😂😂
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    I was assigned to the task of fixing the issue in the html parser code in the Python script. When I checked the existing code, it was all regex.
    I told the senior that we need to move to some proper html parser like BeautifulSoup or pyQuery. He asked why and then I showed him that SO answer.
    The pyQuery code is working great now.
  • 0
    Is this the work of @Letmecode?
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