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This is my best with your data (surely can be improved): UPDATE: the code was broken, updated...
my $t= XML::Twig->new( pretty_print => 'indented', twig_handlers => { 'product'=>sub{ my @pname = $_[1]->get_x +path('name'); my @pids = $_[1]->get_xp +ath('product_id'); print $pids[0]->text," - + ",$pname[0]->text,"\n"; my %h; my @ids = $_[1]->get_xpa +th('attributes/attribute/group/id'); my @names = $_[1]->get_x +path('attributes/attribute/group/name'); @h{map {$_->text} @ids } + = map {$_->text} @names ; my @vids = $_[1]->get_xp +ath('attributes/attribute/value/id'); my @values = $_[1]->get_ +xpath('attributes/attribute/value/value'); @h{map {$_->text} @vids +} = map {$_->text} @values ; print map {"\t$_ - $h{$_ +}\n"} keys %h; print "\n\n"; } } ); $t->parse($xml); ####OUTPUT ABC123 - My product - 12.1998 1561 - Lġngd (i mm) 1507 - Engines 1498 - Year model 12033 - Vehicle equipment 12019 - Maybe 1518 - Year model (to) 301 - Generator XYZ789 - My product - 12.1992 1507 - Engines 1498 - Year model 1518 - Year model (to) 301 - Generator

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In reply to Re^2: Easy XML-parser that can handle large file? by Discipulus
in thread Easy XML-parser that can handle large file? by DreamT

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