Re: LINQ to XML to Find Escaped Ampersand Problems?

From: (Lingzhi Sun [MSFT])
Wed, 10 Jun 2009 03:51:32 GMT
Hi SnapDive,

Yes, you are correct! Forcing large sized XML document, we can combine
XmlReader and LINQ to XML to query the XML data, so as to decrease the
memory cost. For detail, please refer to the following code snippet:
using (XmlReader reader = XmlReader.Create("MyXml.xml"))
  while (reader.Read())
    if (reader.NodeType == XmlNodeType.Element)
      if (reader.Name == "subpart")
        XElement ele = XElement.ReadFrom(reader) as XElement;
        if (ele != null)
          var query = from element in ele.DescendantNodesAndSelf()
                      where element.NodeType == System.Xml.XmlNodeType.CDATA
                      let CDataElement = element as XCData
                      where CDataElement.Value.Contains("&amp;")
                      select CDataElement;

          foreach (var q in query)

For some additional references, please see
part-2.aspx &

If you have any questions, please feel free to let me know.

Have a nice day!

Lingzhi Sun
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