On Thu, Apr 17, 2003 at 07:15:23AM +0900, Eric Schwartz wrote:

> If you need to parse HTML, use an HTML parser; there will always be a
> (usually simple) way to defeat a regular expression.  "But I can
> control the HTML!", I hear you (generic) say.  Sure you can-- now.
> But what happens a year down the road when someone else is in charge
> of generating it?  Best to be safe and do it the right way from the
> start.

I'm just parsing the emails that I get from my hotmail-using friends.
I can't see any reason why auto-generated html emails would have something 
like <!-- </html> -->.

I figure that what I have is good enough for my purposes.

-- 
Daniel Carrera
Graduate Teaching Assistant.  Math Dept.
University of Maryland.  (301) 405-5137