on 9/8/2008 8:55 AM
Updated on 2008/09/17: Fixed problem when skipping elements. Updated on 2008/09/15: Fixed problem when trying to read missing attributes. One of new features introduced in .NET 3.5 that I welcomed the most was LINQ to XML. The old DOM API was a bit clumsy to use, and the simple fact that you don't need owner documents any more makes the new XElement much more flexible and pleasant to work with than the old XmlElement. Also new is an API for streaming XML output, XStreamingElement, that by using defe[...]
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