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The XML is not very well designed ... depending on the order of tags in a data oriented XML is a bad idea. Anyway ... do you like this output better?:

use strict; use XML::Rules; use Data::Dumper; my $data=q( <Data> <Name><Lname>xyz</Lname><Fname>abcd</Fname></Name> <Phone><Mobile>123456789</Mobile><Home>55656556</Home></Phone> <Phone><Mobile>123456789</Mobile><Home>55656556</Home></Phone> <Name><Lname>UTV</Lname><Fname>EFGH</Fname></Name> <Phone><Mobile>123456789</Mobile><Home>55656556</Home></Phone> </Data>); my $parser = XML::Rules->new( stripspaces => 7, rules => { _default => 'content', Name => 'as array no content', Phone => sub { #return; my ($tag,$attr,$context,$parents) = @_; if (! $parents->[-1]{Name}) { warn "<Phone> before <Name>!\n"; } else { push @{$parents->[-1]{Name}[-1]{Phones}}, $attr; } return }, Data => sub {$_[1]->{Name}}, } ); my $ref = $parser->parse($data); print Dumper($ref);

Jenda
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In reply to Re: Relating data parsed with XMLSimple by Jenda
in thread Relating data parsed with XMLSimple by mohan2monks

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