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You may want to give mirod's XML::Twig a look. You can slice and dice your XML in lots of fun and interesting ways.
use strict; use XML::Twig; my $file = "bookmark.xml"; my $twig = new XML::Twig( TwigHandlers => {'link[@category]' => \&print_link}); $twig->parsefile($file); sub print_link { my ($t, $elt) = @_; print $elt->text . "\n"; my $attributes_hr = $elt->atts; foreach my $attr (keys %$attributes_hr) { print "$attr: $attributes_hr->{$attr} \n"; } }
You could also generate multiple HTML pages from a single XML file using XSL and XSLT If you are interested in this technique you should give chapter 10 of Michael Kays's XSLT Programmer's Reference a read. He talks about this on page 637. Good Luck.

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In reply to Re: XML Manipulation by aardvark
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