Ok I see where you're going with this. Thanks a lot. I will be sure to
improvise my code.

-----Original Message-----
From: Analysis & Solutions [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2002 8:10 PM
To: PHP List
Subject: Re: [PHP] XML: Similiar Multiple Tags With Different Data

On Wed, May 15, 2002 at 07:49:58PM +0200, Sebastian A. wrote:

> performance and efficiency doesn't really interest me at this point. I
> want to get the thing working before I work on improving it.

But your haste is making waste.  Even funnier, in your haste, you're making
more work
for yourself.

> Anyway, you asked "What's the point of doing the if == 'LIST_ITEM' check
> the character handler rather
> than the end handler?", well the point is that if it is LIST_ITEM I want
> the content in a variable. As far as I know this cannot be done in the end
> handler.

That's why I temporarily store the content in the $CData array.  Then, when
I get to
the end handler, I extract the data from the $CData array, and do what is
with it.

> Second of all the array_push is there for a reason I am not even
> sure about, but when I try to remove it the code doesn't work.

But your code isn't working with it either.  It's adds a whole series of

Again, look at the tutorial,
http://www.analysisandsolutions.com/code/phpxml.htm, and
modify ONLY what you need to.  In your case, the only thing you need to
change is
adding a special case for 'LIST_ITEM' to the switch in the end handler
THAT'S where you'll stick that stuff into the $p object you were trying to
do in the
content handler.  Oh, of course, drop the case in that switch statement that
apply to your DTD, but that goes without saying.

Good luck,


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