Puts all Xml Text nodes in the full depth of the sub-tree underneath this Xml Node into a "normal" form where only markup (that is, tags, comments, processing instructions, CDATA sections, and entity references) separates Xml Text nodes, that is, there are no adjacent Xml Text nodes.(Inherited from Xml Node.)Start with an XML document like this one. But it does contain the basic things that you’d find in any XML document; a namespace, elements that represent data and attributes that describe the data.
Next, load this data into the DOM so that you can work with it in memory.
After you get a node, you get the value of attributes or child nodes. To add a node, use the Create Element method or the Create Node method.
Get Elements By Tag Name("g Address"); Xml Node List girl Age = xml Doc. Inner Text); 1 for mentioning Xml Document, which is much more convenient than serialisation interfaces in some cases.
Get Elements By Tag Name("g Age"); Xml Node List girl Cell Phone Number = xml Doc. If you are after one specific element, you can access child elements with the indexer: xml Doc["Root"], and these can be chained: xml Doc["Root"]["Folder"]["Item"] to dig down the hierarchy (although it's sensible to validate that these elements actually exist) to create a object tree out of your XML and vice versa.
These classes are - Xml Reader, Xml Text Reader, Xml Validating Reader, Xml Node Reader, Xml Writer, and Xml Text Writer.
These reader and writer classes are used to read and write XMl documents.
This class provides many write method to write XML document items.