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help me in perl script to create hash and print some data.

by veerubiji (Sexton)
on Nov 03, 2011 at 17:46 UTC ( #935726=perlquestion: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
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Hi, I have the xml file file this, perl script to create hash

<university> <name>svu</name> <location>ravru</location> <branch> <electronics> <student name="mikky" number="12"> <semester number="1"subjects="7" rank="2"/> </student> <student name="vijju" number="15"> <semester number="1" subjects="7" rank="10"/> <semester number="2" subjects="4" rank="1"/> </student> <student name="shyam" number="16"> <semester number="1"subjects="7" rank="2"/> <semester number="2"subjects="4" rank="2"/> </student> </electronics> </branch> </university>. . . . . . <data> <student name="mikky" number="1" branch="computers" /> <student name="vijju" number="2" branch="electronics" /> <student name="shyam" number="3" branch="EEE" /> <student name="csr" number="4" branch="IT" /> <student name="msr" number="5" branch="MEC" /> <student name="ssr" number="6" branch="computers" /> <student name="msr" number="1" branch="CIV" /> ............................. .............................. ..................... </data>

how to create hash table for data elements. name and number as the key and branch is the value in that hash. why I need like this means some students have same name and some students have same number. by using this hash keys I have to search in the university node for student if found and print branch name of each student.

I written some script in XML::Simple but I am not able to create hash.

#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use Data::Dumper; use XML::Simple; my $xml = new XML::Simple; my $data = $xml->XMLin("data.xml", forcearray => [ 'student' , 'semist +er'], + KeyAttr=>{student=>"+Name"}); print Dumper($data);
its printing like this by using data dumper.
$var1={ 'data'=>{ 'student'=>[ { 'name'=>'mikky', 'number'=>'12', 'branch'=>'computers', }, { 'name'=>'vijju', 'number'=>'15', 'branch'=>'electronics', }, { 'name'=>'shyam', 'number'=>'16', 'branch'=>'EEE', }, ], 'university'=>{ 'name'=>'svu', 'location'=>'ravru', 'branch'=>{ 'electronics'=>{ 'student'=>[ { 'name'=>'mikky', 'number'=>'12', 'semester'=>{ 'Number'=>'1', 'subjects'=>'7', 'rank'=>'2' } }, { 'name'=>'vijju', 'number'=>'15', 'semester'=>[ { 'number'=>'1', 'subjects'=>'7', 'rank'=>'10' }, { 'number'=>'2', 'subjects'=>'4', 'rank'=>'1' } ] }, { 'name'=>'shyam, 'number'=>'15', 'semester'=>[ { 'number'=>'1', 'subjects'=>'7', 'rank'=>'2' }, { 'number'=>'2', 'subjects'=>'4', 'rank'=>'2' } ] }, ] } } };

but I need to print only data node elements only not university node elements.please halp me.

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Re: perl script to create hash
by Anonymous Monk on Nov 03, 2011 at 19:02 UTC
Re: help me in perl script to create hash and print some data.
by Jenda (Abbot) on Nov 04, 2011 at 09:58 UTC

    Have a look at XML::Rules. Examples may be found right here on PerlMonks.

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