How to Scrape HTML Tables Using JavaScript?

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You can scrape HTML tables in JavaScript by first selecting the table elements and then accessing its rows and cells.

Here’s an example:

let table = document.getElementById("tableId");
let rows = table.rows;

for (let i = 0; i < rows.length; i++) {
    let cells = rows[i].cells;
    for (let j = 0; j < cells.length; j++) {

In this example, the table is selected using document.getElementById("tableId") and its rows are accessed using table.rows. The code then loops through each row and accesses its cells using rows[i].cells. The inner HTML of each cell can then be logged or processed further.

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