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## ~~htmlq~~
Htmlq is an HTML parser written in Go. It doesn't matter which parser we
uses, it seems that each language has its own.
use, it seems that each language has its own.
We give to the program an html string and it filters through it using css
selectors returning the found html elements
Using javascript, retrieving all the \<h1> children of a \<section> can
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```
document.querySelectorAll('section h1')
```
In shell, it's more complicated, htmlq is made for that:
In shell, it's more complicated since we don't have document object
model we can query. Htmlq is made for that:
```
cat fichier.html | htmlq 'section h1'
```
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https://psb1558.github.io/Junicode-font/
Dmenu License (MIT/X)
https://tools.suckless.org/dmenu/
jquery

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