I have a very basic web service written in C# that runs some stuff and
spits back in XML a hash that is different depending on what parameters
I send.  The format of the return info I am getting looks like this:

 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
  <string xmlns="test.webservice.com">STUFF_THAT_I_WANT&#x0;</string>

How do I parse this to only strip out the STUFF_THAT_I_WANT section?  Is
this a job for xml-simple?  I don't think gsub is the right tool here.
Thanks for any help.

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