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pretty() in Ruby

By: Jeeva in Ruby Tutorials on 2009-03-03  

pretty(string, shift = " ")

Prettify (indent) an HTML string.

string is the HTML string to indent. shift is the indentation unit to use; it defaults to two spaces.

  print CGI::pretty("<HTML><BODY></BODY></HTML>")
    # <HTML>
    #   <BODY>
    #   </BODY>
    # </HTML>

  print CGI::pretty("<HTML><BODY></BODY></HTML>", "\t")
    # <HTML>
    #         <BODY>
    #         </BODY>
    # </HTML>

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