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Note that the HTML block you provide is not valid (missing </td>, and a <tr> instead of </tr>). It would help if you showed us your desired output. It may be better to build up a Perl data structure first and then extract the values you need:
# ... as before my @aoa; for my $row ( @rows ) { my @cells = $row->findnodes('td'); my @ary = map { $_->as_text } @cells; push( @aoa, \@ary ); } print Dumper( \@aoa ); print "Headers:\n"; my $headers = shift @aoa; print "$headers->[0], $headers->[1]\n"; print "Rows:\n"; for my $ary ( @aoa ) { print "$headers->[0]: $ary->[0], $headers->[1]: $ary->[1]\n"; } Output: $VAR1 = [ [ 'Remote Host', 'Port Number' ], [ '', '8091' ] ]; Headers: Remote Host, Port Number Rows: Remote Host:, Port Number: 8091

In reply to Re^5: Problem getting fields out of an XPath node list by tangent
in thread Problem getting fields out of an XPath node list by ejc1

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