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HTML to text

html2text is a Python package that converts a page of HTML into clean, easy-to-read plain ASCII text.

The ASCII also happens to be a valid Markdown (a text-to-HTML format).

%pip install --upgrade --quiet  html2text
from langchain_community.document_loaders import AsyncHtmlLoader

urls = ["", ""]
loader = AsyncHtmlLoader(urls)
docs = loader.load()

API Reference:

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from langchain_community.document_transformers import Html2TextTransformer

API Reference:

urls = ["", ""]
html2text = Html2TextTransformer()
docs_transformed = html2text.transform_documents(docs)
"  * ESPNFC\n\n  * X Games\n\n  * SEC Network\n\n## ESPN Apps\n\n  * ESPN\n\n  * ESPN Fantasy\n\n## Follow ESPN\n\n  * Facebook\n\n  * Twitter\n\n  * Instagram\n\n  * Snapchat\n\n  * YouTube\n\n  * The ESPN Daily Podcast\n\n2023 FIFA Women's World Cup\n\n## Follow live: Canada takes on Nigeria in group stage of Women's World Cup\n\n2m\n\nEPA/Morgan Hancock\n\n## TOP HEADLINES\n\n  * Snyder fined $60M over findings in investigation\n  * NFL owners approve $6.05B sale of Commanders\n  * Jags assistant comes out as gay in NFL milestone\n  * O's alone atop East after topping slumping Rays\n  * ACC's Phillips: Never condoned hazing at NU\n\n  * Vikings WR Addison cited for driving 140 mph\n  * 'Taking his time': Patient QB Rodgers wows Jets\n  * Reyna got U.S. assurances after Berhalter rehire\n  * NFL Future Power Rankings\n\n## USWNT AT THE WORLD CUP\n\n### USA VS. VIETNAM: 9 P.M. ET FRIDAY\n\n## How do you defend against Alex Morgan? Former opponents sound off\n\nThe U.S. forward is unstoppable at this level, scoring 121 goals and adding 49"
"t's brain,\ncomplemented by several key components:\n\n  * **Planning**\n    * Subgoal and decomposition: The agent breaks down large tasks into smaller, manageable subgoals, enabling efficient handling of complex tasks.\n    * Reflection and refinement: The agent can do self-criticism and self-reflection over past actions, learn from mistakes and refine them for future steps, thereby improving the quality of final results.\n  * **Memory**\n    * Short-term memory: I would consider all the in-context learning (See Prompt Engineering) as utilizing short-term memory of the model to learn.\n    * Long-term memory: This provides the agent with the capability to retain and recall (infinite) information over extended periods, often by leveraging an external vector store and fast retrieval.\n  * **Tool use**\n    * The agent learns to call external APIs for extra information that is missing from the model weights (often hard to change after pre-training), including current information, code execution c"

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