Background I have a live web dashboard for ticket numbers and their status updates. Each update and case number are in separate rows on this web page. To make this dashboard useful, I have to save it as offline HTML and import it into excel to copy one row of data like all case numbers.
Goal How do I search for a matching string on a page and copy all to clipboard in separate lines? EG, all my case numbers match the first two digits like “12.......” If I can manage to figure that out, I can make use of text in tools easier like Trello etc.
You could do something like this with Python:
import re import requests text = input("Enter text: ") url = requests.get('https://stackoverflow.com/questions/69691849/what-is-the-best-method-to-copy-all-matching-text-from-a-web-page').text page = re.findall(text, url) for i in page: print(i)
I don't think you'd be able to copy all the output, however you could just copy the output from command prompt. It's unclear what you are trying to fully achieve here.
Output with array (