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Using XML::Parser with XML::Parser(Style=>'Subs', Pkg=>'SubHandlers')

Hi,

Has any one used the XML::Parser module with the Subs style?

The Perl documentation states:

"Each time an element starts, a sub by that name in the package
specified by the Pkg option is called with the same parameters that
the Start handler gets called with.

Each time an element ends, a sub with that name appended with an
underscore (``_''), is called with the same parameters that the End
handler gets called with.

Nothing special is returned by parse."

The problem is I don't know what the syntax is for the subroutines
that are supposed to go in the package. I couldn't find any examples
that show how to use this in the Perl FAQ or via a search on the net.

Thanks,

Fl*********@earthlink.net


Jul 19 '05 #1
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