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RTF::HTML::Converter - Perl extension for converting RTF into HTML
Perl extension for converting RTF into HTML
use strict; use RTF::HTML::Converter; my $object = RTF::HTML::Converter->new( output => \*STDOUT ); $object->parse_stream( \*RTF_FILE );
use strict; use RTF::HTML::Converter; my $object = RTF::HTML::Converter->new( output => \$string ); $object->parse_string( $rtf_data );
Constructor method. Currently takes one named parameter,
output, which can either be a reference to a filehandle, or a reference to a string. This is where our HTML will end up.
Read RTF in from a filehandle, and start processing it. Pass me a reference to a filehandle.
Read RTF in from a string, and start processing it. Pass me a string.
You can mix-and-match your output and input methods - nothing to stop you outputting to a string when you've read from a filehandle...
firstname.lastname@example.org, originally by Philippe Verdret
Copyright 2004 Pete Sergeant.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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