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Re^2: How to return two and more values by parsing XML with XML::Rules?

by vagabonding electron (Hermit)
on Nov 06, 2012 at 10:36 UTC ( #1002450=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: How to return two and more values by parsing XML with XML::Rules?
in thread How to return two and more values by parsing XML with XML::Rules?

Sorry, I did not mention that I have run

'Capacities_Outpatient_Clinic_Special' => 'pass',
before the mentioned chunk of the script.
Thank you for pointing that out.
Apart from that this is a fragment of a script that actually runs (only with fields translated into English). The above rule should not affect the code fragment however, perhaps I overook another mismatch?
Update
It must be the result presentation that has to be adjusted in my fragment - it should be:
- Outpatient_Services: AM11: 1 AM07: 1 AM04: 1


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Re^3: How to return two and more values by parsing XML with XML::Rules?
by Anonymous Monk on Nov 06, 2012 at 11:21 UTC
    I was referring to the yaml, and FWIW, ysh doesn't like that YAML, which I assume is supposed to be

    This is what I came up with, which took waaay too long, the rules are hard to remember

    #!/usr/bin/perl -- use strict; use warnings; use XML::Rules; use Data::Dump qw/ dd /; my $ta = XML::Rules->new( qw/ stripspaces 8 /, rules => { 'Outpatient_Services' => 'no content', 'Outpatient_Service' => 'as array no content', #~ 'Outpatient_Clinic' => 'content by AM_Key', 'Outpatient_Clinic' => sub { #~ $rule->( $tag_name, \%attrs, \@context, \@parent_data, $parser) #~ my ($tagname, $attrHash, $contexArray, $parentDataArray, $parser) = + @_; my $amk = $_[1]->{AM_Key} ; return unless $amk; { $amk => 1 }; }, #~ _default => sub { $_[0] => $_[1]->{_content} }, _default => 'content', 'Outpatient_Clinic_Special' => undef, }, ); my $ref = $ta->parsefile( 'pm1002448.xml' ); dd $ref; use YAML(); print YAML::Dump( $ref); __END__ { Outpatient_Services => { Outpatient_Service => [ { AM01 => 1 }, { AM01 => 1 }, { AM02 => 1 }, {}, { AM04 => 1 }, {}, ], }, } --- Outpatient_Services: Outpatient_Service: - AM01: 1 - AM01: 1 - AM02: 1 - {} - AM04: 1 - {}
      Thank you very much!
      I noticed now ( but somewhat late :-) ) that your point was yaml output. I have corrected the output presentation in the original post and in the reply to your post.
      My main problem however ist that I need to represent the LK-Keys at the same hierarchy level as the AM-Keys. That is, I do need the Outpatient_Clinic_Special infos.
      Thank you again for your time I will try to build on your code.

        My main problem however ist that I need to represent the LK-Keys at the same hierarchy level as the AM-Keys.

        Your updated output doesn't show that. Only AM04 is found in your sample data.

        Anyway, see Re: How to return two and more values by parsing XML with XML::Rules?, save the key callback

        my $amlk = sub { print $_->xpath, "\n"; push @amk, $_->trimmed_text; };

        Then register some twig_handlers

        'AM_Key' => $amlk, 'LK_Key' => $amlk,

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