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SVG::Parser lets you read in an existing SVG file so that it can be manipulated using standard SVG commands
Currently, version 2.0 of SVG.pm does not internally support DOM traversiong functionality such as getting the children,siblings,or parent of an element, so the interaction capability between SVG::Parser and SVG is limited to manipulations of a known image. The next version of SVG will support all these and more key functions which will make SVG::Parser extremely useful.
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use SVG; use SVG::Parser;
Next, we create an SVG object and define its height and width.
# create an SVG object my $svg= SVG->new(width=>200,height=>200);
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