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troubleshooting Question

parsing xml

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MKrauss asked on
Perl
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currently i'm using xml::simple for parsing xml strings, like
my $data = $xml->XMLin("$xmls",ForceArray => 1);
the xml strings has many nodes and elements included and has a size of 50KB up to 200KB and more,
depending and the nodes it takes sometimes over 400ms to get $data filled.
I'm using ForceArray => 1 because the xml tree has dynamicly nodes appearing where i dont know if
they exist or not.

Is there any option to tune this so that this is going faster ?

Many yhx
Matt.