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Something like:

use strict; use warnings; use XML::Twig; my $xmlStr = <<XML; <doc> <testcase1> <step1 command ="Launchapp " param1 = "executablepath" param2 = "d +irpath"/> <step2 command = "Dothis"/> <step3 command = "Changemode" param1 = "100"/> <step4 command = "CaptureRectanlge" param1 = "3" param2 = "96" par +am3 = "726" param4 = "580"/> <step5 command = "CompareImage" image1 = "D:\\img1.jpg" image2 = " +D:\\img2.jpg "/> </testcase1> <testcase2> <step1 command ="Launchapp " param1 = "executablepath" param2 = "d +irpath"/> <step2 command = "Dothis"/> <step3 command = "Changemode" param1 = "100"/> <step4 command = "CaptureRectanlge" param1 = "3" param2 = "96" par +am3 = "726" param4 = "580"/> <step5 command = "CompareImage" image1 = "D:\\img1.jpg" image2 = " +D:\\img2.jpg "/> </testcase2> </doc> XML my $twig = new XML::Twig(twig_handlers => {'*' => \&testcase}); $twig->parse($xmlStr); sub testcase { my ($twig, $testcase) = @_; my $tag = $testcase->tag(); return 1 if $tag !~ /^testcase\d+$/; print "$tag\n"; for my $step ($testcase->children()) { my $tag = $step->tag(); my %attrs = %{$step->atts()}; print "Command: $attrs{'command'}("; print join ', ', map {$attrs{$_}} grep {/^param/} sort keys %a +ttrs; print ")\n"; } print "\n"; }

Prints:

testcase1 Command: Launchapp (executablepath, dirpath) Command: Dothis() Command: Changemode(100) Command: CaptureRectanlge(3, 96, 726, 580) Command: CompareImage() testcase2 Command: Launchapp (executablepath, dirpath) Command: Dothis() Command: Changemode(100) Command: CaptureRectanlge(3, 96, 726, 580) Command: CompareImage()

This is somewhat messier than it ought be because the test case tags are all different. If the tags were 'testcase' and the case identifier were an attribute the twig_handlers expression could be just 'testcase' and the testing in the handler sub is no longer required.

True laziness is hard work

In reply to Re^5: parse xml and trigger function modules. by GrandFather
in thread parse xml and trigger function modules. by balajinagaraju

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