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XML Serialization of Generic Dictionary, Multidimensional Array, and Inherited Type, with sharpSerializer .NET

, 9 Nov 2011
How to serialize to XML, any generic, derived, or other complex type, which XMLSerializer cannot serialize



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I'm C# developer from Cologne, Germany. Here I owe a small software company. My hobby is general optimization - natural talent of all lazy guys Wink | ;-)

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