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RSS Parses Library

, 2 Aug 2006
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Parses RSS 2.0


With this RSS Parses library, you can easily Parses RSS 2.0 file.

Background (optional)

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) ,RSS is a dialect of XML ,Subordinate to the element is a single element, which contains information about the channel (metadata) and its contents.

Using the code

A brief desciption of how to use the article or code. The class names, the methods and properties, any tricks or tips.

Blocks of code should be wrapped in <pre> tags like this:

//using My5U.RSSReader
//RssChannel rss = RssParses.ProcessRSS("Demo.xml");
//string RssChannelTitle = rss.title;
//string RssChannelLink  =;
//string Item1Title = rss.Items[0].title;

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XML Document Parses





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GeneralXPath Pin
SilentGlider31-May-07 6:14
memberSilentGlider31-May-07 6:14 
I took a look at your code.
Ask someone to explain to you the existance of XPATH.
GeneralProblem Pin
MatrixCoder23-Feb-07 18:57
memberMatrixCoder23-Feb-07 18:57 
GeneralGreat Pin
ZengYi31082-Aug-06 23:40
memberZengYi31082-Aug-06 23:40 
AnswerRe: Great Pin
Zhen.Liang5-Aug-06 4:55
memberZhen.Liang5-Aug-06 4:55 

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