LBXML Operator runs over the .NET platform. 2.0, the latest version of LBXML Operator, has been tested successfully over the .NET 2003 platform.
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Introduction to LBXML Operator, A C# API-Based Tool for XML Insertion, Modification, Searching, and Removal
Using this API, you can touch or return any particular value between tags in an XML file after specifying conditions using C# rich data structures.
Is your XML valid? The XmlValidatingReader class provides you the means to verify the validity of your XML documents and fragments. Dino Explains the details.
Writing XML from a .NET application can be done quickly and easily. This article briefly introduces the .NET Framework's XmlTextWriter class and illustrates its use from C#.
This article describes how to take an XML schema and generate a set of wrapper classes from it that allow you to manipulate an XML document via simple strongly typed objects, thus removing the need for developers to get bogged down in the complexities of schemas or deal with the nuts and bolts of MSXML.
Get a head start on writing XML parsers in C#.
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