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Re: XML tree to HASH

by mirod (Canon)
on Aug 15, 2003 at 15:50 UTC ( #284184=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to XML tree to HASH

The easiest way is to do $elt->in( $parent). If you only have the ID of the parent, as it happens, those are stored and you can use $twig->elt_id( $parent_id) to get the element itself.

elt_id is fast, it is just a hash look-up, but in has to walk the ancestors of the element. I would be surprised if this was a real bottleneck in an application though.Does it really cause you performance problems? In that case it would help if you could show us a bit of code (and the associated data).

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