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Name

XmlDocumentFragment

Synopsis

This class represents a lightweight piece or tree section of an XML document. A document fragment has a null parent node. This object is useful for tree insert operations that use the ImportNode() method of the XmlDocument class. To create an XmlDocumentFragment, use the XmlDocument.CreateDocumentFragment() method of an XmlDocument instance.

public class XmlDocumentFragment : XmlNode {
// Protected Constructors
   protected internal method XmlDocumentFragment(
        XmlDocument ownerDocument);  
// Public Instance Properties
   public override field string InnerXml{set; get; }             // overrides XmlNode
   public override field string LocalName{get; }                 // overrides XmlNode
   public override field string Name{get; }                      // overrides XmlNode
   public override field XmlNodeType NodeType{get; }             // overrides XmlNode
   public override field XmlDocument OwnerDocument{get; }        // overrides XmlNode
   public override field XmlNode ParentNode{get; }               // overrides XmlNode
                  // Public Instance Methods
   public override method XmlNode CloneNode(bool deep);         // overrides XmlNode
   public override method void WriteContentTo(XmlWriter w);     // overrides XmlNode
   public override method void WriteTo(XmlWriter w);            // overrides XmlNode
}

Hierarchy

System.ObjectXmlNode(System.ICloneable, System.Collections.IEnumerable, System.Xml.XPath.IXPathNavigable)XmlDocumentFragment

Returned By

XmlDocument.CreateDocumentFragment()

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