Replace html tag

Hi

Please help me i want to replace the tag

to at time

can anybody in world give me an solution

Regards

Prashant

On Sep 9, 12:50 pm, prashanth hiremath [email protected]
wrote:

Hi

Please help me i want to replace the tag

to at time

can anybody in world give me an solution

A little more context would be helpful.

Fred

Thank u i have done different method m using gsub operator i replaces
the
tags to the form ,but problem is that

if
doc = Hpricot(open(‘Delhi.txt’))
x=doc.to_s
doc1=x.gsub(/<(/?)li>/,’’)

      puts doc1
      doc1.search('span').each do |y|
      puts y.inner_text
     end

its giving error

undefined method `search’ for #String:0xb7d0bc74 (NoMethodError)
because doc1 is string how can i conevrt so that i can read the file
again
by hpricot

On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 6:42 PM, Frederick C.
<[email protected]

I don’t know Hpricot, but what you can do is: first open the file and
do a gsub on the content, save it in a different/same file, and then
open it using Hpricot. Just to warn you, won’t be very efficient if
files are huge or there are lot many files you want to process.

I think, there must be some more simpler way of doing it as well.

Thanks,
Abhinav

अभिनव
http://twitter.com/abhinav

On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 10:25 AM, prashanth hiremath

Thax for reply i did using hpricot

Sure i did using gsub operator and then i again opened using hpricot
like
this

doc = Hpricot(open(‘Delhi.txt’))

      x=doc.to_s
      doc1=x.gsub(/<(\/?)li><span>/,'</li></see><see><span>')

      doc2=Hpricot(doc1.to_s)
      doc2.search('li').each do |z|
      puts z.inner_text
      end

Can you let us know how you did it using Hpricot?


अभिनव
http://twitter.com/abhinav

On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 12:41 PM, prashanth hiremath

Last prob i facing is incrementing of inner_text between span tags
i will explain the code

I have delhi.txt
Central Kolkata

  • Eden Gardens (one of the
    most
    famous cricket stadiums in the world),
  • Akashwani Bhavan, All India Radio building
  • Indoor Stadium
  • Fort William, the massive and impregnable British Citadel built in 1773. The fort is still in use and retains its well-guarded grandeur. Visitors are allowed in with special permission only.
  • Victoria Memorial
  • Calcutta Racecourse
  • Chowringee, is the Market place of Kolkata. You will find shops ranging from Computer Periferals to cloth merchants. Even tailors and a few famous Movie theaters too. This place is a favourite pass time for local people.
  • Northern Kolkata
  • Nakhoda Mosque (the largest mosque in Kolkata) and the
  • Like this i want this form of xml

    Redfort Chatta chowk ---- ---- a ---- --- -- -- ---

    so that if Central Kolkata is this then have to execute
    upto
    another span
    i have code for that
    doc = Hpricot(open(‘Delhi.txt’))
    x=doc.to_s

    doc1=x.gsub(/<(/?)li>/,’’)
    doc2=Hpricot(doc1.to_s)
    doc3=Document.new
    doc3.add_element(“See”)
    doc3.root.add_element(“Sights”)
    c= doc3.root.elements[1]
    c.add_element(“LandMarkType”)

        (doc2/"see").each do |dv|
    
            (dv/"span").each do |h|
    
             # dv/"span").each do |h|
              puts h
                if h.inner_html == "Central Kolkata"
                  c.elements["LandMarkType"].text= h.inner_html
                   (dv/"li").each do |y|
                      d=y.search('b').inner_text
                        z=c.add_element("Location")
                          z.elements << Element.new("LandMarkname")
                            z.elements["LandMarkname"].text=d
                              z.add_element("desc")
                                z.elements["desc"].text=y.inner_text
    
                         end
                       end
                    end
                 end
    

    please help me to increment Central Kolkata for all spans
    as
    landmarktypes

    Regards
    Prashanth Hiremath

    On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 1:06 PM, prashanth hiremath <

    doc1=x.gsub(/<(/?)li>/,’’)
    doc2=Hpricot(doc1.to_s)

    doc1 is only a string, so:
    A) doc1 is misleading in this context and I’d use a different variable
    name, and
    B) doc1.to_s is superfluous processing in the Hpricot call

    If you want to process all the 'Kolkata’s, then don’t do the if/end.

    Encountering a div in ‘(doc2/“see”).each do |dv|’ should force the
    creation of a new LandMarkType element since you have only one span per
    div. This creates the container to nest all your other data (from the li
    items) for that landmark type.

    My earlier example picking out only 1 span to work on was to show that
    once the span/li sets were properly wrapped with divs, you could process
    a specific one if you wanted to. If you want them all, just iterate
    without the selection.

    Slow down and ponder the code you write, understanding the ‘why’ of what
    you do. Don’t just type in other stuff blindly, because at the end of
    the day, what have you learned? Real knowledge isn’t solving just this
    problem, it’s learning a new tool that you can apply to a different
    situation, which requires understanding why something worked.

    Thank u da I solved ya m just beginner in ruby on rails.I will work hard
    to
    learn

    Regards
    prashanth

    On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 7:37 PM, Ar Chron

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