Load("path"); // Add new element to the root element x Doc.
These are the controls I am using in my code: ERROR : Error 1 'bool' does not contain a definition for ' Element' and no extension method ' Element' accepting a first argument of type 'bool' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?
Here is the XML file created in the previous lesson. Add(new XElement("Book", new XAttribute("title", "AJAX"), new XElement("author", "Khemrin"), new XElement("year", "2000"))); xml Doc. You need to query the elements that meet your criteria. Here is an example code that removes the element that has "Java" title attribute. Load("d:/data.xml"); var elements To Delete = from ele in xml Doc.
By using Linq query expression, you can easily read all elements of the xml file. = null select ele; foreach (var e in elements) The Linq expression to add a new element to the xml file is similary to reading from that file. Save("d:/data.xml"); Simetimes, you might want change or udate a element of xml file. Then assign new values to their attributes or sub-elements.
I got stuck at the very first point of it i.e i cant grab the value from xml file using linq.
I hope the question is understandable as I am not familiar with all the correct terms yet and as English isn't my first language.
Let's say I want to change the balance of a specific savegame.
Hope you find this useful: 's to the screen when typing in the pin.
I have the key and value as strings and I just want to add a new pair.
if my new key and value are: // create new element var new Element = new XElement("pair", new XAttribute("key","111111111111" new XAttribute("value","222222222222")); // load the XML Document var x Doc = XDocument.
This is after all, the gateway to using List XDocument xml Doc = XDocument.
Map Path("data.xml")); XDocument xml Doc = XDocument.