Comparing Perl XML parsers

SPOILED FOR CHOICE

Article from Issue 58/2005
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XML is one of today’s most popular data exchange formats. Perl has a huge collection of methods for handling XML. This month’s Perl column discusses the pros and cons of the most common XML modules to help you choose the best tool for your job.

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