We can use untangle to create Python objects based on an XML file
untangle is a simple library which takes an XML document and returns a Python object which mirrors the nodes and attributes in its structure.
For example, an XML file like this −
<?xml version="1.0"?> <root> <child name="child1"> </root>
can be loaded like this −
import untangle obj = untangle.parse('path/to/file.xml')
and then you can get the child elements name like this −
untangle also supports loading XML from a string or an URL.