The solution is actually just posted above - use ForceArray => 1 when you do XMLin(); The mechanism is as my title suggested: as long as you force a reference out of the value, that value will be treated as element instead of attribute when XMLout writes it out.
Here's the set of options that I found the best (for my usage, and probably for general usage) for XML::Simple:
my $obj = XMLin($filename, ForceArray => 1, ForceContent => 1, KeepRoo
+t => 1, ContentKey => '_c', KeyAttr => );
print OUT XMLout($obj, KeepRoot => 1, ContentKey => '_c', KeyAttr => [
Hope it helps.
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