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Started to use Perl somewhere around 1993, and since then have been using it in-house and in several projects for customers. I am available as a freelance Perl programmer.
Thursday March 09, 2006
Removing Processing Instructions and Comments from XML using
Ages ago, well... months ago, someone asked on Usenet for a small example that uses XML::Parser. I first gave a link to an example on my site:
Finding the number of unique XML elements in files using XML::Parser
but the author of the original post asked for a simple example showing how to remove processing instructions (PIs) and comments, so I posted a small working example, see
Removing Processing Instructions and Comments from XML using XML::Parser
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