WebPage Content Analysing


    Jan 27 2009 | 10:29 am
    HI, With the following message http://de.weather.yahoo.com/SZXX/SZXX0001/index_c.html matrix
    message to jit.uldl
    I get the the html - code text if i connect the jit.textfile object from the first output of jit.uldl.
    If i connect now the outlet of jit.uldl to a jit.str.regexp @re Aarau I get a "jit.str.regexp PCRE error -10" in the Max Window and the jit.str.regexp Object doesn't give out any matches although as you can See at the very beginning there should be a first match with "Aarau".
    I hope anybody is understanding what I am trying to explain. sorry

    • Jan 27 2009 | 4:05 pm
      dont know what the error means but is there a reason you need to download this into a matrix? this example will d/l the html file to the same directory as yr patch. u load it into "text" and search for whatever you looking for...
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      FHAStudent1 wrote: > HI, > With the following message > http://de.weather.yahoo.com/SZXX/SZXX0001/index_c.html matrix > > message to jit.uldl > > I get the the html - code text if i connect the jit.textfile object from the first output of jit.uldl. > > If i connect now the outlet of jit.uldl to a > jit.str.regexp @re Aarau > I get a "jit.str.regexp PCRE error -10" > in the Max Window and the jit.str.regexp Object doesn't give out any matches although as you can See at the very beginning there should be a first match with "Aarau". > > I hope anybody is understanding what I am trying to explain. > sorry > > > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > >
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    • Jan 27 2009 | 9:02 pm
      I've come across this problem before when using [jit.str.regexp]. I think the error is something to do with not understanding character encodings but I might be wrong. One way that I've managed to get around it is to go directly from your [jit.uldl] to a [jit.textfile] and bang it out of there. The annoying thing is that the first time after you download something you need to open and close the [jit.textfile] window. Here's an example.
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