Hello, I’m new to Lotusscript and have a question that probably won’t be too difficult for a seasoned script writer. Every day I have to get the first three lines from a log file and paste them into a stationery form and email it out. The log file is a basic text file and the [...]
Answer Question | March 31, 2012 4:12 AM
Lotus Notes, Lotus Notes Script, LotusScript, Parsing
Hello! i’m new to AS400, and I’ve been trying to figure out for the whole day how to have the similar behavior as the following unix command: grep “pattern” my_file exit $? 1) Grep a pattern in a log file 2) exit OK (or echo OKmessage) if the pattern is found, exit NOT OK or [...]
Answer Question | November 5, 2009 12:34 PM
AS/400, AS/400 Parsing, Parsing
I want to parse a HTML document in C#. i know that HTML and XML are not very compatible and parsing HTML documents with a XML parser will almost fail because of strict XML format. i googled and find some very nice HTML parsers written by several people. but i want to know: Does .NET [...]
Answer Question | July 14, 2009 1:08 PM
C#, HTML, HTML Parsing, Parsing
I have lots of data with disparate information in one field and I need to take all information to the right of any * that might appear into a separate field? There will be an * about 10% of the time. Examples of the field in question. Example 1: CKD Stage I ****250.40/585.1 Example 2: [...]
Answer Question | December 4, 2008 4:21 PM
Parsing, SQL Query, SQL Query Parse Data
The Documentation I’ve seen around COBOL XML parsing only speaks to single instances of a given node. What is the technique when the message has repeating (Unbounded) nodes for example: <Address> <Name></Name> <Name></Name> <Name></Name> ….. </Address> In this case the Name attribute is unbounded. What is the techique to loop through the unbounded <Name> collection?
Answer Question | December 1, 2008 6:24 PM
COBOL, Parsing, XML Parsing
how can I use the same credentials to do multiple parsing??
Answer Question | September 16, 2008 9:00 AM
Multiple parsing, Parsing
How to find the repeating charactar or letter in a string like ‘information’ in pl/sql or sql .
Answer Question | September 22, 2008 4:35 PM
Parsing, PL/SQL, SQL