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#1
[Originally posted by gkahn]

Just a quick correction in Figure 10.1,
the second TEMPERATURE ( $doc->[1]->[12]->[2] )
should have a value of '6' not '12'.

Thank you very much for this section. I found it one of the best
explainations of XML:smiliearser I have ever read. I've never been quite sure
what comes back from $p->parsefile in Tree style. But your expalinations
and graphs really helped me visualize what is going on under the hood. I
feel much more confident using XML:smiliearser after reading your book.
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#2
Re: Figure 10.1 Output from XML::Parser Tree style
[Originally posted by dave]

> Just a quick correction in Figure 10.1,
> the second TEMPERATURE ( $doc->[1]->[12]->[2] )
> should have a value of '6' not '12'.

You're right of course. Must get the errata page started smilie

> Thank you very much for this section. I found it one of the best
> explainations of XML:smiliearser I have ever read. I've never been quite sure
> what comes back from $p->parsefile in Tree style. But your expalinations
> and graphs really helped me visualize what is going on under the hood. I
> feel much more confident using XML:smiliearser after reading your book.

Thanks. That's exactly the kind of feedback that an author wants.

Dave...