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Problemas De Ing. Quìmica I – Ocon y Tojo. Ocon Tojo – Apendice Respuestas. Solucionario Problemas de Ingenieria Quimica Ocon 236. elizabeth.
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Is it possible to make hpricot search for a string and retrieve the result without executing hpricot in the search string?

What is the command that will find all the things that contain „OBJECT:“ in them?
I know that I can search for the string in the doc directly by calling Doc.at_xpath(„//text()[contains(., ‚OBJECT:‘)]“..
But as there are hundreds of them in the doc I’d prefer to make it a bit more automated – is there a command to make it search for a string and return the result without loading hpricot into memory?

A:

You can do that with the XPath methods call() and query():
require ’nokogiri‘

doc = Nokogiri::HTML(File.open(„htmlfile.html“))
doc.search(‚//div[contains(., „object“)]‘).to_a
# => [#]>, #]>, #]>, #
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