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This is because XML::Simple by default cut the root node, since on XML we only have one root tag. Also you typed _CITY, upercase, that is different of _City, since XML is case sensitive. So, you actually should use:
print $xml->{_City} ;

If you use XML::Smart it has an option to load a XML and parse all the nodes and attributes in upercase or lowercase:

use XML::Smart ; my $xml = XML::Smart->new(q`<USER _City="testboro"></USER>` , uperta +g=>1 , uperarg=>1); print $xml->dump_tree_ok ;
$VAR1 = { 'USER' => { '_CITY' => 'testboro' } };

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In reply to Re: Re: Re: XML package for parsing values in the opening tag. by gmpassos
in thread XML package for parsing values in the opening tag. by dwatson06

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