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Perl remove mailto tag from html page

Posted on 2006-10-22
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Hi Experts,

i just need a little line of script to remove mailto tag from html page

this is what I am using but not working:

$url =~ s/<a href=mailto:.*\/a>//gi;

could you give me some help

thanks riccardo
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$url =~ s/<a\s*href="?mailto:.*?\/a>//gis;
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thanks it works great
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