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I need to split the file table element tag using perl how arh??? So the end result I would have all table element stored into an array. how???

$array[0] will be
<table a="EEE">
 <td>www</td>
</table>

$array[1] will be
<table a="ttt">
 <td>SSS</td>
</table>

$array[2] will be
<table a="ggg">
 <td>vvv</td>
</table>
<p> DDDWDw </p>
 
<table a="EEE">
 <td>www</td>
</table>
 
<g> FFFFF </g>
 
<table a="ttt">
 <td>SSS</td>
</table>
 
<table a="ggg">
 <td>vvv</td>
</table>

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Question by:KenTan85
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Try this.
#!/usr/bin/perl
 
my $HTML =<<EOF;
<table a="EEE">
 <td>www</td>
</table>
 
<g> FFFFF </g>
 
<table a="ttt">
 <td>SSS</td>
</table>
 
<table a="ggg">
 <td>vvv</td>
</table>
 
EOF
 
 
my @tables = $HTML =~ /(<table [^>]*?>.*?<\/table>)/gs;
 
foreach my $table (@tables) {
   print "TABLE: $table\n";
}

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