[R] Read from HTML file, print if see a specific string
ligges at statistik.tu-dortmund.de
Tue Nov 22 15:48:27 CET 2011
On 21.11.2011 21:51, yesitsjess wrote:
> So basically I have made a HTML file with a table in it.
> Column 3 contains a GenBank number and is always proceeded by "=GenBank">".
> I want to read the file and return the number which comes directly after
> this (the contents of column 3).
> Ideally I would like to save this number as a string for use later in the
> script, but any help is good help. Been at this for HOURS and HOURS and
> This is what I have so far:
> #Open html file
> $filename1 = 'Result1.html';
> open (FILE1, $filename1) or die "Can't open $filename1 $!";
> #Create array of results file data
> @html1 =<FILE1>;
> close (FILE1);
> #What to look for
> foreach $html1(@html1)
> if (index($html1,$genbank) ge 0)
> print "Number here!\n";
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