Otfried Cheong scripsit:
> > Yung-Fong Tang scripsit:
> > > Another thing you can do (a lot of manu operation). View the page with
> > > Netscape, and select "Save As", and when the "Save As" dialog box show up,
> > > select "Plain Text". It will strip out the HTML markup for you.
> > With much less pain, use "lynx -source http://whatever >>archive".
> > This will append a plaintext version of "http://whatever" to the file
> > "archive". Lynx is available at http://lynx.browser.org .
> And if you make it "lynx -dump http://whatever >>archive" it will even
> work :-)
Sorry, yes, I'm always making that mistake. The "-source" option dumps
the raw HTML, whereas "-dump" generates plain text. Computator
est hominis confusio.
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