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CIAvash stevied: why not do `$dom_post.find('h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6').map: { S/\+.*// given .text }`? 06:16
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stevied I haven't tried the syntax. Not used to it. It's hard to get out of the "for loop for everything" habit. and it turns out I have to get the child node of the dom object (which is a text node) to make any changes to the content. That was my biggest problem. Thanks for the suggestion though. The more I see code written this way, I'll pick it up. 19:42
so it was a combination of me not being familiar enough with the module and just being a bit clueless about syntax. 19:43
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