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Using LINQ to XML to query XML data

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

Hello I have this xml document that I want to query using linq to load to c# object. I must be able to search a chapter displaying all line in the chapter or search a specific line using index in this example I'm trying to search a chapter with all the lines on it and the output show chapter with the first line only. And it does the same thing when I want to show everything from my xml it shows each chapter with the first line only. could any one provide me with necessary code to achieve this

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<book>
  <chapter index="1" name="Get Started">
      <line index="1" text="After using this software you will be able to pronounce arabic words"/>
      <line index="2" text="You will be able to read and write arabic words"/>
      <line index="3" text="The first lesson will show you each arabic alphabets"/>
  </chapter>
  <chapter index="2" name="Basics">
      <line index="1" text="The next example takes the concept further by filtering data"/>
      <l


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