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Heres how I figured it out, first handcraft xml, then print Dumper, then feed to XMLout
#!/usr/bin/perl -- use strict; use warnings; use XML::Simple; use Data::Dumper; my $xml = q~<?xml version='1.0'?> <terminalversioncount> <Phones> <Count>2</Count> <Manufacturer>Sony</Manufacturer> <Model>SE1</Model> <Version>M94</Version> </Phones> <Phones> <Count>3</Count> <Manufacturer>Sony3</Manufacturer> <Model>SE13</Model> <Version>M943</Version> </Phones> </terminalversioncount>~; print $xml,$/; print Dumper( XMLin($xml)); my $VAR1 = { 'Phones' => [ { 'Version' => 'M94', 'Count' => '2', 'Manufacturer' => 'Sony', 'Model' => 'SE1' }, { 'Version' => 'M943', 'Count' => '3', 'Manufacturer' => 'Sony3', 'Model' => 'SE13' } ] }; print XMLout($VAR1, NoAttr=>1,RootName=>'terminalversioncount',XMLDecl + => 1); __END__ <?xml version='1.0'?> <terminalversioncount> <Phones> <Count>2</Count> <Manufacturer>Sony</Manufacturer> <Model>SE1</Model> <Version>M94</Version> </Phones> <Phones> <Count>3</Count> <Manufacturer>Sony3</Manufacturer> <Model>SE13</Model> <Version>M943</Version> </Phones> </terminalversioncount> $VAR1 = { 'Phones' => [ { 'Version' => 'M94', 'Count' => '2', 'Manufacturer' => 'Sony', 'Model' => 'SE1' }, { 'Version' => 'M943', 'Count' => '3', 'Manufacturer' => 'Sony3', 'Model' => 'SE13' } ] }; <?xml version='1.0' standalone='yes'?> <terminalversioncount> <Phones> <Count>2</Count> <Manufacturer>Sony</Manufacturer> <Model>SE1</Model> <Version>M94</Version> </Phones> <Phones> <Count>3</Count> <Manufacturer>Sony3</Manufacturer> <Model>SE13</Model> <Version>M943</Version> </Phones> </terminalversioncount>

In reply to Re: XML::Simple - data storage/retrieval by Anonymous Monk
in thread XML::Simple - data storage/retrieval by iphony

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