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If you've been paying attention over the last few weeks, you already know a little bit about parsing XML on the .NET platform. And if you haven't been, it's about time you did, because XML is already starting to alter the way data is classified and used on the Internet.
Now, a few weeks ago, I introduced the XmlDocument object, one of the important classes available in the .NET Framework for XML manipulation. This object is designed to read an XML file, build a tree to represent the structures found within it, and offer object methods and properties to manipulate them.
But hey, there's always another way to skin a cat - and to prove it, this time around, I'll be examining a new offering for .NET/XML developers. It's called an XMLReader, and it provides an alternative pull model of dealing with XML data. So pay attention - this is cutting-edge stuff, and it's only gonna get more interesting....
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