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C# 4.0 How-To by Ben Watson

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Chapter 14. XML

XML has become the lingua franca of information exchange. There is hardly a technology anymore that doesn’t use XML data in some way, whether it’s an import/export format, a native database format, or just configuration data.

This is due in part to its very nature. XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language, and it’s eminently flexible and suited to a wide variety of tasks.

.NET supports XML in many ways, from a multitude of ways to read, parse, and search, to creation and validation.

Most samples in this chapter use the ...

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