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Even without Language-Integrated Query capabilities LINQ to XML represents a significant stride forward for XML programming. Here is how you would construct the same XML tree by using LINQ to XML functional construction.
Because LINQ to XML provides a fully featured in-memory XML programming API you can do all of the things you would expect when reading and manipulating XML. Here is a fragment of the code from the previous example to create a name element: Note how the XML document is a fundamental concept in DOM.
XML prefixes can be useful for reducing the keystrokes required when inputting XML or making XML easier to read, however prefixes are just a shortcut for using the full XML Namespace.
On input LINQ to XML resolves all prefixes to their corresponding XML Namespace and prefixes are not exposed in the programming API.
The API choices for working with XML seem to be either aged and verbose such as DOM or XML specific such as XQuery or XSLT which require motivation, study, and time to master.
LINQ to XML, a component of the LINQ project, aims to address this issue.
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A few examples include the following: You should be able to accomplish most XML programming tasks you run into using this technology. XML nodes are created in the context of the XML document.