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It may also be possible to express this using XSLT technology, entirely apart from Perl.   For an idea of what sort of things this technology can do, without programming, consider the interactive Periodic Table of the Elements example on the Internet.   (With your free hand, hold your lower jaw in place before you click on that link ...)   There is no programming being used to build the entire HTML of that display, and only a slight amount of JavaScript being used to respond to clicks and mouse-overs.   Your browser is the one doing all the work, on the fly, to produce what you see.   If your problem can be described as “fetch elements from an XML data source and make something else out of it,” this might be the cat’s meow.   A number of Perl libraries provide an industry standard XSLT capability, if it turns out that you need it.

In reply to Re: Perl - Modify the nested XML tags by sundialsvc4
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