>Is clip programming capable of scraping web pages? I want to
>read a page, scan for certain data, extract the data to a disk
>file, drill down from link to link, etc.
You need to ask that on the NoteTab HTML list. Some of them might
know what language you are speaking. :-) The Clip Code is very
powerful: you can extract lines, between tags, links,
directories/subs, all kinds of stuff. The answer to your question
is probably yes, it can. But, you need to sign up for the Clips
list and/or the HTML list; the Clips list might be better, but
you may need to reword what you want to do a little clearer.
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