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Re: XMLin question

by ww (Bishop)
on Feb 15, 2013 at 17:52 UTC ( #1018929=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to XMLin question

A1: Use an html entity - < - perhaps (not sure that's valid) or unicode, U+003C (60) .

A2: Well beyond the scope of this reply.... and probably a question asked only in frustration. If you really want an answer, suggest p5p.


If you didn't program your executable by toggling in binary, it wasn't really programming!


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Re^2: XMLin question
by Anonymous Monk on Feb 15, 2013 at 17:58 UTC

    A2: Well beyond the scope of this reply.... and probably a question asked only in frustration. If you really want an answer, suggest p5p.

    How is it a question for p5p? I think it is not

      Because those active on p5p are among the possible sources of an answer to an extremely esoteric question; an answer that probably would otherwise require the OP have the experience, knowledge and patience to profit by digging thru perlguts and who-knows-what-else.

      On the other hand, if you, Anonymonk, can answer it here, I'll be delighted to upvote a brief and correct exposition that's accessible to those of less than Perl Porter stature (like /me).


      If you didn't program your executable by toggling in binary, it wasn't really programming!

        Because those active on p5p are among the possible sources of an answer to an extremely esoteric question; an answer that probably would otherwise require the OP have the experience, knowledge and patience to profit by digging thru perlguts and who-knows-what-else.

        p5p does not develop or maintain XML::Simple, asking them about XML::Simple is offtopic and annoying

        On the other hand, if you, Anonymonk, can answer it here, I'll be delighted to upvote a brief and correct exposition that's accessible to those of less than Perl Porter stature (like /me).

        Wait, what? What question?

        Because those active on p5p are among the possible sources of an answer to an extremely esoteric question

        Esoteric question? The question is typical for people who have only a vague notion of what XML is, and therefore they don't know the basic rules of XML, and they are trying to parse broken XML.

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