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Hi guys,

Thank you for your quicky replies. I think I found what's wrong inside xml document. It seems that only if a link contains character '&' then the parser reports an error.

For example, <link r:resource="http://www.urbancinefile.com.au/home/article_view.asp?Article_ID=3801&Section=Reviews"/>

As I need to read <link/> elements one by one and compare the attribute value with user's input, my new question is, how can I overcome this '&' problem? I have tried to use '\' before '&' but it doesn't work.

Thanks again,

sub topic {
my $count = 0;
my ($twig, $topic) = @_;
$links{$_->att('r:resource')} = $_ for $topic->children('link');
foreach my $key (keys %links){
if ($key =~ /$q/i){
print "
  • ", $topic->att('r:id'), "
  • \n";
    $count++;
    }
    last if ($count == 1); #if keywords were found in one link, we don't need to check the others in the same node, because we aim to output parent category only.
    }
    print "\n";
    $twig->purge;
    %links = (); #reset the hash for next time use
    }
    Nan

    In reply to Re^2: Why XML not well formed? by nan
    in thread Why XML not well formed? by nan

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