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Please see also XML::LibXML::Simple for a handy replacement for XML::Simple:

#!/usr/bin/env perl use warnings; use strict; use Data::Dump; use XML::LibXML::Simple qw(XMLin); $/ = undef; my $xml = <DATA>; my $ref = XMLin $xml; # dd $ref; foreach my $msg (@{$ref->{'message'}}) { my $h = substr($msg->{'time'}, 8, 2); my $n = substr($msg->{'time'}, 10, 2); my $author = $msg->{'content'} =~ s/^\/me// ? $msg->{'author'} : " +<$msg->{'author'}>"; print "$h:$n $author: $msg->{'content'}\n"; } __END__ <CHATTER><INFO site="" sitename="Perl Monks">Rende +red by the Chatterbox XML Ticker</INFO><message author="OeufMayo" tim +e="20010228112952">test</message><message author="deprecated" time="2 +0010228113142">pong</message><message author="OeufMayo" time="2001022 +8113153">/me test again; :)</message><message author="OeufMayo" time= +"20010228113255">&lt;a href="#"&gt;please note the use of HTML tags&l +t;/a&gt;</message></CHATTER>

Best regards, Karl

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In reply to Re: That's not a simple parser by karlgoethebier
in thread XML::Parser Tutorial by OeufMayo

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