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Hi Please try this and it will help you and please try to print the data accordingly from the complex data XML::Simple will pass the xml data and will create a nested data structure and you can bring your data from that

#!/usr/bin/perl use XML::Simple; local $/ = undef; $xml_data = <DATA>; $xml_simple = XML::Simple->new( KeepRoot => 1, KeyAttr => 1, ForceArray => 1 ); $xml_obj_data = $xml_simple->XMLin($xml_data); use Data::Dumper; print Dumper($xml_obj_data); __DATA__ <OrderDetail> <ListOfItemDetail> <ItemDetail> <BuyerLineItemNum>1</BuyerLineItemNum> <ListOfStructuredNote> <StructuredNote> <GeneralNote>Line 1 Text.</GeneralNote> </StructuredNote> </ListOfStructuredNote> </ItemDetail> <ItemDetail> <BuyerLineItemNum>2</BuyerLineItemNum> <ListOfStructuredNote> <StructuredNote> <GeneralNote>Line 2 Text.</GeneralNote> </StructuredNote> </ListOfStructuredNote> <ListOfStructuredNote> <StructuredNote> <GeneralNote>More Line 2 Text.</GeneralNote> </StructuredNote> </ListOfStructuredNote> </ItemDetail> </ListOfItemDetail> </OrderDetail>

In reply to Re: Nested data with XML::Simple by manorhce
in thread Nested data with XML::Simple by cyrilw

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