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XML::Twig looks interesting, but I was hoping to stick with a more SAX-like parser rather than DOM-like or pull-parser like.

XML::Twig is super flexible, its SAX+DOM or SAX or DOM.

Rarely do you want to use the SAX feature alone, mostly its SAX+DOM (SAX+TWIG, only a little piece of DOM).

Re: XML::Twig n00b

$ perl use XML::Twig ; XML::Twig->new( twig_handlers => { 'coordinates' => sub { print $_->xpath, "\n"; print $_->trimmed_text, "\n\n"; }, }, )->xparse( "somefile.xml" ); __END__ /on/no/coordinates ro /on/ma/to/peia/coordinates sham /on/coordinates bo /on/coordinates[2] <b>Asin</b> (I) - Biography $ cat somefile.xml <on> <no><coordinates>ro</coordinates></no> <ma><to><peia><coordinates>sham</coordinates></peia></to></ma> <coordinates>bo</coordinates> <coordinates><![CDATA[<b>Asin</b> (I) - Biography]]></coordinates> </on>

In reply to Re^3: change setHandlers XML::Parser by Anonymous Monk
in thread change setHandlers XML::Parser by etlamar

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