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Re^2: Problem with Pseudohash

by uday_sagar (Scribe)
on Feb 08, 2012 at 13:26 UTC ( #952494=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Problem with Pseudohash
in thread Problem with Pseudohash

if the content has type1="scientific" type2="technical" instead of type="technical", how to get only type1="sceintific"?

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Re^3: Problem with Pseudohash
by choroba (Bishop) on Feb 08, 2012 at 14:31 UTC
    OK, you have a string
    my $content = "\n" . 'type1="scientific" type2="technical"';
    Are you interested in type1 only? Use
    my ($type1) = $content =~ /type1="([^"]+)"/;
    Are you interested whether scientific is present? Use
    my $is_sceintific = $content =~ /type[0-9]*="scientific"/;
      Okay, What I am really interested is that the data should get stored in a hash table irrespective of the position of the attributes of the xml file. (As shown above, STYLE 1 and STYLE 2) Is there any construct/module for this?
        For STYLE 1, there are lots of modules (search CPAN for XML). For STYLE 2, there is none, because this is not the standard way to represent structured data in XML.

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