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Is there any way to make it give the similar structure?

use XML::Rules , just give xml2XMLRules the most complex detailed xml file you have, and you'll get rules/data like these

#!/usr/bin/perl -- use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dump; use XML::Rules; my $ta = XML::Rules->new( qw/ stripspaces 8 /, rules => { 'literal' => 'as is', 'binding' => 'as array no content', 'uri' => 'content', 'results' => 'no content' } ); my @xml = ( q{<results> <binding name="image_url"> <uri>Football.png</uri> </binding> <binding name="description"> <literal xml:lang="en">Second article.</literal> </binding> </results> }, q{<results> <binding name="description"> <literal xml:lang="en">First article. </literal> </binding> </results> } ); dd( my$ref = $ta->parsefile( \$_ )) for @xml; __END__ { results => { binding => [ { name => "image_url", uri => "Football.png" }, { literal => { "_content" => "Second article.", "xml:lang" => "e +n" }, name => "description", }, ], }, } { results => { binding => [ { literal => { "_content" => "First article.", "xml:lang" => "en +" }, name => "description", }, ], }, }

Sure, you could get there with XML::Simple, but I don't bother anymore

Data::Diver for navigation :)

In reply to Re: XML::Simple - Handling inconsistency by Anonymous Monk
in thread XML::Simple - Handling inconsistency by nagalenoj

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