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Reading XML documents using LINQ

, 14 Jan 2011 CPOL
Not really that big of a change, but I'd go with an XPath solution. It locates all of the "magic strings" into one spot.var nodes = from element in XElement.Load("Books.xml").XPathSelectElements("/Books/Book/Subject") select new { Value =...

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