Missing #NEXT# delimiters in .csv from web extraction

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Re: Missing #NEXT# delimiters in .csv from web extraction

by Tom, Tech Support on Mon Jan 23, 2012 5:04 am

Please see this post for a solution on how to extract nested table data with the same format as V6.
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Re: Missing #NEXT# delimiters in .csv from web extraction

by Jiabgwh on Wed Sep 04, 2013 1:54 pm

I'm having a problem getting your ExtractTableV6 code to work. (v7) I extracted the HTM from this site. It contains the data I need, and I know it's delimited via the HTM code because when I paste it from a test .txt file into Excel, it is formatted exactly like it is on the website. Normally your code works fine to parse the HTM code and get the data, but in this case all I'm getting is 1 text string and several #NEXT# tags. The website didn't let me add the .txt file with the raw HTM code. How should I provide that to you?
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Re: Missing #NEXT# delimiters in .csv from web extraction

by Tom, Tech Support on Mon Sep 23, 2013 4:06 am

Hi Jiabgwh,

Can you zip the HTML source file and add it as an attachment to your post?
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