A flashing line, block, or bitmap that marks the location of the insertion point in a window's client area. Compare with Cursor.
The node currently being processed or whose pattern is being sought.
A small bitmap whose location on the screen is controlled by a pointing device, such as a mouse, pen, or trackball. Compare with Caret.
Database Management System. See the database topic.
A Windows dynamic link library.
The act of cleaving or splitting into parts.
HyperText Markup Language. Visit the web scraping topic for more information.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol. Visit the web scraping topic for more information.
See the links topic.
Messaging Application Programming Interface. See the email parsing topic.
The node to be processed after the current node.
See the nodes topic.
See the node groups topic.
A node whose recognized pattern length is zero.
A catch-all phrase that can refer to any Data Splitter component - PGraph, Node, Link, Pattern, Set, Stream, etcetera.
Open Database Connectivity. A standard SQL-based protocol for accessing relational databases that provides access to a wide variety of DBMS packages.
Portable Application Description file. An XML file containing information about a software product. Visit http://www.asp-shareware.org for more information.
For Data Splitter's purposes, "parsing" means dividing an input stream into sequences of values (e.g. bytes or characters) that can be associated with nodes.
See the pattern topic.
Rich Text Format.
A user-defined set of values. See the sets topic.
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, an Internet standard for electronic mail.
Structured Query Language, a database query and programming language.
See the stream topic.
A sequence of members of a single set, having a minimum and maximum length.
A (usually) unique textual identifier for a Data Splitter object. See the tags topic.
A node from which no links emanate.
Extensible Markup Language. See the XML parsing topic on the Data Splitter website.