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Document and Code Generation by LINQ and XSL

, 3 Aug 2008 CPOL
An article on how to generate source code as well as populate Excel Spreadsheets.
Module Module1

    Sub Main()

		Dim names As String() = {"Dave", "Kelly", "Tom"}

		Dim xml = <Contacts>
					  <Names>
						  <%= From r In names _
							  Select <Name><%= r %></Name> %>
					  </Names>
				  </Contacts>

		Console.Out.WriteLine(xml)

		Console.WriteLine(String.Format("{0}{0}{1}", _
				   Environment.NewLine, _
				   "Press Enter To Continue..."))
		Console.ReadLine()

    End Sub

End Module

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Dave Elliott
Software Developer (Senior) Webbert Solutions
United States United States
Dave is an independent consultant working in a variety of industries utilizing Microsoft .NET technologies.

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