Although we’re discussing XML last of the four most common .NET Framework class library input/ output (I/O) mechanisms, it’s hardly the least important. In fact, much of the underlying architecture of .NET relies on XML, so much so that the .NET Framework class library provides a plethora of ways of working with XML. This chapter covers some of the more common classes.
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