Analyzing (un)structured data to convert it into a structured, normalized format.

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Making a sldprt to PDB file converter?

I wanted to create a parser that can read a solidworks file and turn it into a protein data bank file. This has already been done in a program called DiamondCAD. ...
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What is the simplest and universal algorithm for parsing C++ code? [closed]

I need to do some project specific automatic checking of source codes written in C++ Limitations: Algorithm and its implementation should be simple, easily maintainable, extendable and ...
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How do I capture information from a website that doesn't provide an API?

Do you know any good tutorials, frameworks, anything that can help me to write code that captures information from a website that don't have a public API, or hasn't been written in a RESTful way? ...
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How to keep AST for feature access?

Consider such code (let's say it is C++) Foo::Bar.get().X How one should keep the AST for this -- as "tree" with root at left Foo(Bar(get(X)), or with root at right (((Foo)Bar)get)X? Or maybe as a ...
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Suggestion on how to fill a web form (several times) [closed]

I need to fill a form using data from a CSV file. I was planning to use CURL+PHP to do it, but then I realized the form has several steps (one on each page), plus it uses javascript to fill hidden ...
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Parse XML file from WEB [on hold]

Can xml be parsed from web address using function below? ezxml_parse_file("192.168.1.5/file.xml") Or this applies only on local xml files?
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Global counter using iOS and Parse? [closed]

I'm very new to Parse and trying to set up what is basically a voting app where I can collect data on how many times all users have pressed a button. I found some information on Atomic Increment ...
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What is the right way to parse HTML? [closed]

I've heard, that parsing HTML using the Cthulhu way is not very good. But what are the right ways to parse HTML? Or is it possible to parse it at all?
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file quantity limit in a directory on a linux file server and why?

What is a good limit to use on the quantity of files in a directory, and why? EDIT: Why shouldn't someone create a system that puts hundreds of thousands of files in the same directory? Why I ask: ...
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What is the name of a grammar which can change its tokenizer in mid parse?

I was creating a language and discovered that my language tokenizer would have to change depending where in the parse it is. I.e. abc[1] would be parsed as 4 tokens (abc, [, 1, ]), where as { abc[1] ...