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       hxwls - list links in an HTML file


       hxwls [ -l ] [ -t ] [ -r ] [ -h ] [ -a ] [ -b  base ] [ file ]


       The  hxwls command reads an HTML file (standard input by default) and prints out all links
       it finds. The output is written to stdout.


       The following options are supported:

       -l        Produce a long listing. Instead of just the URI, hxwls prints three columns: the
                 element name, the value of the REL attribute, and the target URI.

       -t        Produce  a  tuple  listing.   hxwls prints four columns: the URI of the document
                 itself, the element name, the value of the REL attribute, and the target URI.

       -r        Print relative URLs as they are, without converting them to absolute URLs.

       -b base   Use base as the initial base URL. If there is a <base> element in the  document,
                 it will override the -b option.

       -h        Output as HTML. The output will be listed in the form of <a> elements.

       -a        Convert  any  IRIs  (Internationalized Resource Identifiers) to ASCII-only URIs.
                 This causes any non-ASCII characters in the path of  a  URI  to  be  encoded  as
                 %-escaped  octets  and  non-ASCII  characters  in  the  domain name as punycode.
                 (Punycode encoding is only available if hxwls is compiled with libidn support.)


       The following operand is supported:

       file      The name or the URL of an HTML file. If absent, standard input is read instead.


       The following exit values are returned:

       0         Successful completion.

       > 0       An error occurred in the parsing of the HTML file.  hxwls will  try  to  correct
                 the error and produce output anyway.


       asc2xml(1), hxnormalize(1), hxnum(1), xml2asc(1)