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PHP and regular expressions #2

Hi,
I'm new to this group and regular expressions. I want to extract text
from a newspaper website using regular expressions and php
I'm using this regular expression at the moment

$regexp = "%<table cellspacing=\"0\" cellpadding=\"0\"> (.+) <img
height=\"1\" alt=\"Today's News\"  />%s";

Each news story is in between those tags , So if I extract those
chunks of html using

preg_match($regexp,$document,$matches);

where $document is a handle on the file. I can store them in %matches
for further processing. Alas it does not work and i cannot figure out
why

Can anyone help?
Thanks

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__where $document is a handle on the file__
the 2nd parameter should be a string
read the file to a string...

Do you really want the space around "(.+)" ?
you can clean this up by enclosing it in '' rather than ""
$regexp = '%<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"> (.+) <img
height="1" alt="Today's News"  />%s';

On Feb 28, 12:03 pm, "Damo" <cormacdeba...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm new to this group and regular expressions. I want to extract text
> from a newspaper website using regular expressions and php
> I'm using this regular expression at the moment
>
> $regexp = "%<table cellspacing=\"0\" cellpadding=\"0\"> (.+) <img
> height=\"1\" alt=\"Today's News\"  />%s";
>
> Each news story is in between those tags , So if I extract those
> chunks of html using
>
> preg_match($regexp,$document,$matches);
>
> where $document is a handle on the file. I can store them in %matches
> for further processing. Alas it does not work and i cannot figure out
> why
>
> Can anyone help?
> Thanks


0
2/28/2007 9:25:12 PM
On Feb 28, 10:03 am, "Damo" <cormacdeba...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I'm using this regular expression at the moment
>
> $regexp = "%<table cellspacing=\"0\" cellpadding=\"0\"> (.+) <img
> height=\"1\" alt=\"Today's News\"  />%s";
>
> Each news story is in between those tags , So if I extract those
> chunks of html using
>
> preg_match($regexp,$document,$matches);
>
> where $document is a handle on the file. I can store them in %matches
> for further processing. Alas it does not work

How exactly does it not work?  What gets into $matches and what value
does
preg_match() return?

> Can anyone help?

First, do you really need the whitespace around (.+)?  Second,
$document
must be a string, not a handle on the file.  Third, your regular
expression
as written is greedy; is this intentional?

Cheers,
NC

0
nc (1051)
2/28/2007 10:24:00 PM
>
> First, do you really need the whitespace around (.+)?
Does the presence/absence of whitespace make a difference... As I said
I'm new to regex

> Second,$document must be a string, not a handle on the file.
$document is a handle on a URL taht I was reading in , so ye it was
just a string

> Third, your regular expression as written is greedy; is this intentional?
There was no ? at the end of my regular expression it was just (.+)

> Cheers,
> NC

I got it working since, Thanks for all you help.
cheers


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3/1/2007 10:07:44 PM
Damo <cormacdebarra@gmail.com> wrote:
>> First, do you really need the whitespace around (.+)?
> Does the presence/absence of whitespace make a difference... As I said=

> I'm new to regex

Yes, it will match that whitespace unless the /x modifier is set.

>> Second,$document must be a string, not a handle on the file.
> $document is a handle on a URL taht I was reading in , so ye it was
> just a string

>> Third, your regular expression as written is greedy; is this  =

>> intentional?
> There was no ? at the end of my regular expression it was just (.+)

Yes, so it's greedy. It will match as much as possible untill the second=
  =

match.

consider:
'<a>foo</a>bar<a>baz</a>foz'

'|<a>.+</a>|' will match '<a>foo</a>bar<a>baz</a>'
'|<a>.+?</a>|' will match '<a>foo</a>'

For a lot of info about regular expressions:  =

<http://www.regularexpressions.info>

In your case, I'd possibly use:

$regexp =3D "%<table[^>]*>(.+?)<img%si";

(the /i modifier will make the dot match linebreaks, which is possibly t=
he  =

breaking point for your regex).

Highly depends on the actual markup wether this will work though...
-- =

Rik Wasmus
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3/1/2007 11:20:32 PM
On Mar 1, 4:07 pm, "Damo" <cormacdeba...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Second,$document must be a string, not a handle on the file.
>
> $document is a handle on a URL that I was reading in , so ye it was just a string

Do we have different definitions of what a handle is?

0
3/2/2007 5:03:00 AM
On Fri, 02 Mar 2007 06:03:00 +0100, BKDotCom <bkfake-google@yahoo.com>  
wrote:

> On Mar 1, 4:07 pm, "Damo" <cormacdeba...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Second,$document must be a string, not a handle on the file.
>>
>> $document is a handle on a URL that I was reading in , so ye it was  
>> just a string
>
> Do we have different definitions of what a handle is?
>

Yup.
http://nl3.php.net/manual/en/resource.php


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3/2/2007 8:18:58 AM
I'm slowly getting the hang of regex's, Instead ive starting a new
thread i thought id ask here. I have this regex:

$regexp = "%<li><a href=\"(.+?)\">.+[^>]+>([^<]+)</a>.+<span class=
\"date\">(.+?)</span>.+<div class=\"abstract\">(.+?)</div>%s";

It matches a the URL of a link, the text of a link, a date and the
abstract of a story.
If  I use preg_match_all and theres multiple matches to the pattern in
a html string, it inly stores the last one in $matches

this is how i'm printing them:

preg_match_all($regexp,$document,$matches);
$numMatches = count($matches[1]);
for ($i=0;$i <= $numMatches-1; $i++)
   {
   		echo $matches[1][$i]."<br>";
   		echo $matches[2][$i]."<br>";
		echo $matches[3][$i]."<br>";
		echo $matches[4][$i]."<br>";
   }

I have no idea why its skipping the earlier matches.
Thanks

0
3/2/2007 5:16:38 PM
On Fri, 02 Mar 2007 18:16:38 +0100, Damo <cormacdebarra@gmail.com> wrote=
:

> I'm slowly getting the hang of regex's, Instead ive starting a new
> thread i thought id ask here. I have this regex:
>
> $regexp =3D "%<li><a href=3D\"(.+?)\">.+[^>]+>([^<]+)</a>.+<span class=
=3D

-------------------------------------^greedy dot--------^again

> \"date\">(.+?)</span>.+<div class=3D\"abstract\">(.+?)</div>%s";

------------------------^greedy dot

> It matches a the URL of a link, the text of a link, a date and the
> abstract of a story.
> If  I use preg_match_all and theres multiple matches to the pattern in=

> a html string, it inly stores the last one in $matches

$regexp =3D '%<li>\s*
<a[^>]*?href=3D"([^"]+)"[^>]*>
	(.*?)
</a>
..*?
<span[^>]*?class=3D"date"[^>]*>
	(.+?)
</span>
..+?
<div[^>]*?class=3D"abstract"[^>]*>
	(.+?)
</div>%six';

-- =

Rik Wasmus
0
3/2/2007 6:17:06 PM
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Like it or not, today we are all, in one way or another, engaged in a battle between perceived security and freedom of expression. And far too ...

'Animal Soul' Book Of Photos: Expression in Cats and Dogs
Intrigued by the facial expressions of dogs and cats, photographer Robert Bahou is compiling a book of his efforts to capture them.

It Turns Out Vanessa Hudgens' Expression of Love Was Highly Illegal
The Federal Government cares more about some old, dead, scratched up rocks in the desert than it cares about Vanessa Hudgens and Austin Butler ...

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