Parse html using C

You want to use HTML tidy to do this. The Lib curl page has some source code to get you going. Documents traversing the dom tree. You don’t need an xml parser. Doesn’t fail on badly formated html.

Is there any JavaScript standard API to parse to number according to locale?

The NPM package d2l-intl provides a locale-sensitive parser. It has since been superseded by @brightspace-ui/intl (essentially version 3), so some info below might or might not apply in its newer incantation. const { NumberFormat, NumberParse } = require(‘d2l-intl’); const formatter = new NumberFormat(‘es’); const parser = new NumberParse(‘es’); const number = 1234.5; console.log(formatter.format(number)); // 1.234,5 … Read more

Parse JSON object with string and value only

You need to get a list of all the keys, loop over them and add them to your map as shown in the example below: String s = “{menu:{\”1\”:\”sql\”, \”2\”:\”android\”, \”3\”:\”mvc\”}}”; JSONObject jObject = new JSONObject(s); JSONObject menu = jObject.getJSONObject(“menu”); Map<String,String> map = new HashMap<String,String>(); Iterator iter = menu.keys(); while(iter.hasNext()){ String key = (String); String … Read more

Python Parse CSV Correctly

You should use the csv module: import csv reader = csv.reader([‘1997,Ford,E350,”Super, luxurious truck”‘], skipinitialspace=True) for r in reader: print r output: [‘1997’, ‘Ford’, ‘E350’, ‘Super, luxurious truck’]

Can I convert a string to enum without macros in Rust?

You should implement std::str::FromStr trait. use std::str::FromStr; #[derive(Debug, PartialEq)] enum Foo { Bar, Baz, Bat, Quux, } impl FromStr for Foo { type Err = (); fn from_str(input: &str) -> Result<Foo, Self::Err> { match input { “Bar” => Ok(Foo::Bar), “Baz” => Ok(Foo::Baz), “Bat” => Ok(Foo::Bat), “Quux” => Ok(Foo::Quux), _ => Err(()), } } } fn … Read more