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Sometimes perlmonks serves up bogus xml ( and XML::Parser chokes on it), so you may wanna use HTML::Parser instead. Instead of creating a XML::Parser object in sub fetch_cb_xml, simply construct a HTML::Parser object like so:
my $xml_parser = HTML::Parser->new( api_version => 3, unbroken_text => 1, start_h => [ \&_xml_start, 'self,tagname,@attr'], end_h => [ \&_xml_end, 'self,tagname'], text_h => [ \&_xml_char, 'self,text'], xml_mode=> 1, );
and of course substitute use XML::Parser; with use HTML::Parser; and you're ready to go.

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In reply to Re: cblast35 by PodMaster
in thread cblast35 by crazyinsomniac

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