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Hello, I just uploaded an extension to XML::Parser. I'm not sure there's a big demand for XML solutions right now. I originally wrote this 8 or 9 years so do something practical with the XML::Parser::Tree output, but I've only just started learning to publish and promote my work.

I have a question, too:

I would like to implement my module so that a user can get an instantiation as follows:

my $nodes = new XML::Parser Style => 'Nodes'

It seems like I need to add the following definition to my module:

$XML::Parser::Built_In_Styles{Nodes} = 1 ;
I thought this was a big breakthrough so I could perform various searches based in XML::Parser::Built_In_Styles but nothing seems to come up.

Keep the cards and letters coming, it's always nice to hear from others in this group.

In reply to Announcing XML::Parser::Nodes by tqisjim

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