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Hai I have an xml which of this format
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <group> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-1"/> <group> <title>America</title> <group> <title>Pakistan</title> <group> <title>India</title> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-2"/> </group> </group> </group> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-3"/> <group> <title>SYMPOSIUM: POST-CHICAGO ECONOMICS</title> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-4"/> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-5"/> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-6"/> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-7"/> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-8"/> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-9"/> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-10"/> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-11"/> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-12"/> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-13"/> </group> <article-ref rid="doi-ANTI_1995-63-2_001-14"/> </group>
This xml need be converted to the following output format
</group> <group> <group> <title><![CDATA[America]]></title><group> <title><![CDATA[Pakistan]]></title><group> <title><![CDATA[India]]></title> <article-ref rid="001-2"/> </group> </group> </group> </group> <group> <article-ref rid="001-3"/> </group> <group> <group> <title><![CDATA[SYMPOSIUM: POST-CHICAGO ECONOMICS]]></title> <article-ref rid="001-4"/> <article-ref rid="001-5"/> <article-ref rid="001-6"/> <article-ref rid="001-7"/> <article-ref rid="001-8"/> <article-ref rid="001-9"/> <article-ref rid="001-10"/> <article-ref rid="001-11"/> <article-ref rid="001-12"/> <article-ref rid="001-13"/> </group> </group> <group> <article-ref rid="001-14"/> </group>
I could not able to get an idea where to start from. so can any one kindly suggest me what to do on this.

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