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This script helps you quickly make a table of contents for a web page, by identifying the page's section headings (<H1>...</H1>, etc.) and printing a list of them. Command-line options let you adjust the output by, among other things, turning each item into a hyperlink. Run 'hlist -h' for complete instructions on the syntax. Or, for a demonstration, try out these commands on the included file example.html (adapted from Wikipedia's article on pterosaurs): hlist example.html hlist -iT example.html hlist -i2 -x3 example.html hlist -oc -i2 example.html hlist -uan -i2 example.html Note that this is not a CGI script and does not add a ToC to your page on the fly. The idea is that you'll run this and then paste the output into your page before finalizing it. If you use named anchors (<H2><A name="...">...</A></H2>) instead of ID attributes (<H2 id="...">...</H2>), you should probably run hlist before you add them. This is because the script preserves HTML inside the header tags, in case it's important formatting. This script uses regular expressions to parse HTML. I await your criticism. hlist is free software. As of version 2.0.0, it is released under the terms of the MIT License, which is permissive, non-viral, and short. See LICENSE.txt for complete details. Earlier versions used the GNU General Public License, and may still be copied on those terms if you prefer. The example page (example.html) was adapted from Wikipedia's "Pterosaur" article ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pterosaur ) under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Text_of_Creative_Commons_Attribution-ShareAlike_3.0_Unported_License ) and thus may be reused under the same terms.