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Next time, I'm going to take a minor diversion from the raw HTML templates that we've used here, and instead look at using XML to define a document, and a Perl-based parser for converting that XML document into an HTML document that can be displayed by your browser.

About the Author

Martin C. Brown is a full-time writer and consultant specializing in multi-platform integration and Internet technologies. He is author of both the Perl and Python Annotated Archives and Perl: The Complete Reference. He can be contacted at mc@mcwords.com or through the MCwords website.

This article was originally published on Sep 13, 2000
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