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Well, you could use args().

i.e.
#!/usr/bin/perl -l use XML::Smart; my $x = XML::Smart->new(<<'XML'); <?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?> <hosts> <server os="linux" type="redhat" version="8.0"> <address>192.168.0.1</address> <address>192.168.0.2</address> </server> <server os="linux" type="suse" version="7.0"> <address>192.168.1.10</address> <address>192.168.1.20</address> </server> <server address="192.168.2.100" os="linux" type="conectiva" versio +n="9.0"/> </hosts> XML $,=$"; print $_->key . ":" , $_->args for $x->cut_root->nodes; __END__ server: os type version server: os type version server: address os type version

In reply to Re: Trying to use XML::Smart: How do I get the attribute names of an XML element using XML::Smart? by antirice
in thread Trying to use XML::Smart: How do I get the attribute names of an XML element using XML::Smart? by jira0004

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