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Re: XML Parse, Spanish Elements

by planetscape (Chancellor)
on Feb 11, 2006 at 07:50 UTC ( #529535=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to XML Parse, Spanish Elements

It appears that your immediate question is being satisfactorily answered. You may also wish to consider, however, whether XML::Simple is adequate for your needs.

I, and others here, really like XML::Twig. A great deal of information is available on The XML::Twig Homepage. While XML::Twig can closely emulate the behaviour of XML::Simple, it can also do a great deal more, including handling data that XML::Simple just chokes on.

Other alternatives include XML::LibXML... Stepping up from XML::Simple to XML::LibXML, appropriately enough, discusses migrating from XML::Simple to XML::LibXML.

The point is, make sure the module is a good fit for your requirements before becoming locked in.



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Re^2: XML Parse, Spanish Elements
by senik148 (Beadle) on Feb 11, 2006 at 19:30 UTC
    i will make sure i experiment with those other Modules.

    For now i fixed everything!
    i found the way.

    #!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use warnings; use XML::Simple; use LWP::Simple; # get RSS data my $raw = get(''); # create object my $xml = new XML::Simple; my $data = $xml->XMLin($raw); my @items = @{$data->{noticia}}; for my $hash ( @items ) { my $title = $hash->{titulo}; my $article = $hash->{texto}; my $date = $hash->{fecha}; my $time = $hash->{hora}; my $caption = $hash->{foto}->{pie}; my $photo_big = $hash->{foto}->{fotogrande}; my $photo_small = $hash->{foto}->{fotomedia}; print "TITLE: $title\n"; print "DATE: $date\n"; print "TIME: $time\n"; print "ARTICLE: $article\n"; print "PHOTO: $photo_big\n"; print "CAPTION: $caption\n"; }

    I get all the Elements i need. Thank you all!

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