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  1. sorry, thanks that is what I thought I was doing must be some kind of simple mistake. I'll keep on it. And yeah no more html.
  2. okay I know you guys are probably tired of my questions, but I still can't get this to work properly. I am having a beautiful time parsing the html but my code breaks down after name and id. how would you parse the 3rd and 4th pieces of data from this line of html I promise I will leave you guys alone once I figure this out. i have learned so much but still can't get the genre, city and plays to parse correctly. "Panic At The Disco [b]Genre:[/b] Rock / Big Beat / Techno [b]Location:[/b] Las Vegas, Nevada
  3. dang, i still can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. Your name solution works perfectly though. If you get a chance take a look at this. Thanks for all your help. ParseFriends3.fp7.zip
  4. I'd like to send the java script: javascript:NextPage(1) to a website from the webviewer. Is there any way to send this via post url. Thanks in advance
  5. I know this is a basic quesiton but, are spaces regarded as characters.
  6. thanks it is going to be an html file but i copied into a text document. thanks for your help I will try that now. D
  7. hi comment, that makes sense. if the deliminater is different that a comma will this still work (if you enter the symbols used as a delimiter or does anchor apply only to deliniators that are the same each time. Would you use a replace function to replace the seperators. Thank you so much for holding my hand through this. Here is a specific example of how the text that I am going to parse looks right now. (i have finally narrowed down exactly what data I need to parse). Please don't hesitate to let me know someway I can repay you for your help. I am very grateful. htm
  8. here is a better example how would you parse a simple html string that included friendid=?:?,Genre,City,Fans, with a comma as the delimiter. I still am not completely clear on how to use position to find new delimiters after the found search string. Thanks
  9. got that down wow! now i'm trying to get fancy by looking for a couple more pieces of data, mainly the word following the Genre: tag after the found string. you can see the example as well as the exact html page i will be parsing (by pressing search) in my attached example. oh and i will try and stop bothering you guys. I've almost got this nailed. ParseFriends3.fp7.zip
  10. bing bang! I'm making really good progress now and think I understand what the script is doing. I'm going to try and add the create new record aspect. Wish me luck.
  11. what can i say. you are a godsend. Need any audio production work hit me up.
  12. in the example I gave your script worked perfectly, unfortunately I am designing the program to extract ids from a html pages that sometimes have varying syntax. because of this it seems that sometimes the script gives me the names as well as a large amount of other data as well. I am well on my way to understanding this though so I may be able to figure it out on my own. On the previous attached fp7 doc. you can see the extra data I am receiving in addition to the ids. Please let me know if there is anyway I can repay you for your help. You have been a lifesaver. D
  13. sorry not an error so much as it appears that the name doesn't always follow or (is followed) by a carriage return. I can't thank you enough for your help and advice. D
  14. here is the error as it is occurring in my solution. I think the error is due to my original example not your coding. Thanks in advance ParseFriends.fp7.zip
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