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Importing Information from an HTML File

Importing Information from an HTML File

You might be familiar with the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), which is used to create Web pages. HTML uses tags to control the appearance and alignment of text when it is displayed in a Web browser. To display a table on a Web page, the table’s elements—rows and cells—are enclosed in appropriate HTML tags. For example, a simple HTML table might look like this:

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<table>
<tr>
   <td>LastName</td><td>FirstName</td>
</tr>
   <td>Anderson</td><td>Amy</td>
</tr>
</table>
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Of course, a lot of other tags and text would appear above and below this little table, and few tables are this simple. But you can get the ...

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