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Anyone know of an HTML 3.2 tokenizer
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by:JensUniweb
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I'm not sure exactly what you want. But do you mean a program that reads a HTML stream and returns a token stream? Or is it source for lex/yacc? Or what is it you realy want?

 Jens Yllman
 (http://www.uniweb.se/~jens)
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by:jlilley
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ANTLR comes with an HTML grammar.  However, ANTLR is written in Java and generates Java.  If you're interested anyways, check out:
    http://www.parr-research.com/antlr/resources.html

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There is a product at http://www.sand-stone.com called Visual Parse ++ that comes with an HTML grammar.  You can download an evaluation.  This product generates a C++ tokenizer for HTML.


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