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Efficiency Network Security Analysis for Data Mining

I see this all the time, and so I'm used to it; but sometimes it is fun to post it anyway, since this is dated just a week ago, and today flew into my inbox;

Efficiency Network Security Analysis for Data Mining, February 21, 2020


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WebService::CIA::Parser(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			      WebService::CIA::Parser(3pm)

NAME
WebService::CIA::Parser - Parse pages from the CIA World Factbook SYNOPSIS
use WebService::CIA::Parser; my $parser = WebService::CIA::Parser->new; my $data = $parser->parse($string); DESCRIPTION
WebService::CIA::Parser takes a string of HTML and parses it. It will only give sensible output if the string is the HTML for a page whose URL matches "https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/print/[a-z]{2}.html" This parsing is somewhat fragile, since it assumes a certain page structure. It'll work just as long as the CIA don't choose to alter their pages. METHODS
"new" Creates a new WebService::CIA::Parser object. It takes no arguments. "parse($html)" Parses a string of HTML take from the CIA World Factbook. It takes a single string as its argument and returns a hashref of fields and values. The values are stripped of all HTML. "<br>" tags are replaced by newlines. It also creates four extra fields: "URL", "URL - Print", "URL - Flag", and "URL - Map" which are the URLs of the country's Factbook page, the printable version of that page, a GIF map of the country, and a GIF flag of the country respectively. EXAMPLE
use WebService::CIA::Parser; use LWP::Simple qw(get); $html = get( "https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/print/uk.html" ); $parser = WebService::CIA::Parser->new; $data = $parser->parse($html); print $data->{"Population"}; AUTHOR
Ian Malpass (ian-cpan@indecorous.com) COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2003-2007, Ian Malpass This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. The CIA World Factbook's copyright information page (<https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/docs/contributor_copy- right.html>) states: The Factbook is in the public domain. Accordingly, it may be copied freely without permission of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). SEE ALSO
WebService::CIA perl v5.8.8 2008-02-04 WebService::CIA::Parser(3pm)

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