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Now we will test the HTML to Plain Text function we created in the previous step.
First, let's select a spam email, store it in a variable, and print it:
html_spam_emails = [email for email in X_train[y_train==1] if get_email_structure(email) == "text/html"] sample_html_spam = html_spam_emails print(sample_html_spam.get_content().strip()[:1000], "...")
This is what the spam email looks like in original form.
Now we will convert it into plain text using the
html_to_plain_text function we created and passing to that function this variable we created above:
print(<< your code goes here >>(sample_html_spam.get_content())[:1000], "...")
Finally, let's write a function that takes an email as input and returns its content as plain text, whatever its format is:
def email_to_text(email): html = None for part in email.walk(): ctype = part.get_content_type() if not ctype in ("text/plain", "text/html"): continue try: content = part.get_content() except: # in case of encoding issues content = str(part.get_payload()) if ctype == "text/plain": return content else: html = content if html: return html_to_plain_text(html)
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