Dale Dougherty (
Mon, 8 Nov 1993 23:29:32 -0800

The simplest approach is a sed script that removes HTML tags,
that is, anything between a pair of angle brackets.


You can obviously build more complicated scripts in sed, awk or perl.
The above script will strip out link information because HREF
is an attribute inside the tag.

Such seat-of-the-pants conversions depend on how consistent the
HTML coding is. This is by no means a general solution.

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