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XML.com: Processing XML with Perl

Apr 12, 2000, 18:26 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Michel Rodriguez)

[ Thanks to Ellen Maremont Silver for this link. ]

"Perl is one of the most powerful (and even the most devout Python zealots will agree here) and widely used text processing languages. Its use on the Web is particularly widespread. It is then easy to understand why a whole host of modules have been developed so that the power of Perl (and especially its regular expression language) can be applied to XML."

"In this article I will review the main Perl XML modules, from the venerable XML::Parser to DOM, XQL, XSLT, XPath implementations and more. I'll give the main characteristics of each module and, as much as possible, examples of how to use them."

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