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Re^2: Is there any possible way to convert XML::Twig object to XML::XPath object

by rnd (Initiate)
on Oct 19, 2011 at 07:54 UTC ( #932321=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Is there any possible way to convert XML::Twig object to XML::XPath object
in thread Is there any possible way to convert XML::Twig object to XML::XPath object

Thanks for your reply ikegami.

I'm not sure how to assign a output of modified xml into a variable.

Actually 'twig_print_outside_roots => 1,' prints the output in command prompt. I don't know how to redirect the root output to a variable.


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Re^3: Is there any possible way to convert XML::Twig object to XML::XPath object
by mirod (Canon) on Oct 19, 2011 at 13:03 UTC

    You can open a filehandle on a variable: my $s; open my $fh, ">", \$s; print {$fh} "this goes in the string";, and send the output of twig_print_outside_roots to it by writing twig_print_outside_roots => $fh.

    It is still a bad idea though. Why use 2 different XML modules when one could work?

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