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Determining nil in an XML element

, 19 Feb 2013
I have been trying to find a way to determine if an XML element is marked as null.  There isn't built in support in .NET 4 or earlier versions.  So, after doing some research (Dimuthu's Blog: XML Schema nillable=“true” vs minOccurs=“0”, XLinq xsi:nil=“true”, Do XML parsers tell the difference betwee
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