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XML::Twig is much easier on the noggin

{ use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dump qw/ dd /; use XML::Twig ; my( %os, @amk ); XML::Twig->new( twig_handlers => { #~ '/Outpatient_Services/Outpatient_Service/Outpatient_Clinic/ +AM_Key' => sub { 'AM_Key' => sub { print $_->xpath, "\n"; push @amk, $_->trimmed_text; }, 'Outpatient_Service' => sub { print $_->xpath, "\n"; $os{ shift @amk }++ while @amk; }, }, )->xparse( 'pm1002448.xml' ); my $ref = { Outpatient_Services => \%os, }; dd $ref; use YAML(); print YAML::Dump( $ref); } __END__ /Outpatient_Services/Outpatient_Service/Outpatient_Clinic/AM_Key /Outpatient_Services/Outpatient_Service /Outpatient_Services/Outpatient_Service[2]/Outpatient_Clinic/AM_Key /Outpatient_Services/Outpatient_Service[2] /Outpatient_Services/Outpatient_Service[3]/Outpatient_Clinic/AM_Key /Outpatient_Services/Outpatient_Service[3] /Outpatient_Services/Outpatient_Service[4] /Outpatient_Services/Outpatient_Service[5]/Outpatient_Clinic/AM_Key /Outpatient_Services/Outpatient_Service[5] /Outpatient_Services/Outpatient_Service[6] { Outpatient_Services => { AM01 => 2, AM02 => 1, AM04 => 1 } } --- Outpatient_Services: AM01: 2 AM02: 1 AM04: 1

In reply to Re: How to return two and more values by parsing XML with XML::Rules? by Anonymous Monk
in thread How to return two and more values by parsing XML with XML::Rules? by vagabonding electron

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