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Remove all the HTML tags and display a plain text only inside (in case XML is not well formed)

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How about loading it into an XmlDocument and getting the InnerText? (Provided the HTML is well-formed XML, of course.)
How about loading it into an XmlDocument and getting the InnerText? (Provided the HTML is well-formed XML, of course.)


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GeneralReason for my vote of 5 nice alternate Pin
SChristmas23-Dec-10 6:02
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GeneralReason for my vote of 5 Thanks for posting alternate suggest... Pin
rp_suman20-Dec-10 6:52
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GeneralI never knew about such a think. thanks for sharing it. Take... Pin
Hiren Solanki20-Dec-10 3:37
memberHiren Solanki20-Dec-10 3:37 
GeneralYou didn't read it and try it, did you? System.Xml.XmlDocum... Pin
PIEBALDconsult20-Dec-10 2:11
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GeneralI am not quite sure with your trick PIEBALS if XML contains ... Pin
Hiren Solanki19-Dec-10 22:07
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GeneralHow XmlDocument load HTML? Pin
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