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You can use XML::Smart to do this like so:

my $xml_obj = new XML::Smart( $xml ) ; my $hash_when_cat_eq_special = ( $xml_obj->{list}{value}( 'category', +'eq', 'special' )->pointer() );
$hash_when_cat_eq_special will contain: { "/nodes" => { parameter => 1 }, "/order" => ["category", "parameter"], "category" => "special", "parameter" => { "/order" => ["instance", "CONTENT"], "CONTENT" => "\n nameofparameter1\n + ", "instance" => 0, }, }

Of course you can get more specific as follows:

my $xml_obj = new XML::Smart( $xml ) ; my $param_contents = $xml_obj->{list}{value}( 'category', 'eq', 'speci +al' )->{parameter}->content();
$param_contents will contain: "nameofparameter1"

In reply to Re: XML Parsing by tmharish
in thread XML Parsing by vmallya

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