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Pro LINQ: Language Integrated Query in C# 2008 by Joseph C. Rattz Jr.

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Cheating the W3C DOM XML API

OK, you are working on your project, and you know some particular data should be stored as XML. In my case, I was developing a general logging class that allows me to track everything a user does within my ASP.NET web application. I developed the logging class for two purposes. First, I wanted something to be able to prove someone was abusing the system should that ever happen. Second, and most important, when my web application would signal me via email that an exception had occurred, I became frustrated that inevitably the users who triggered the exceptions could never remember what they were doing at the time they happened. They could never recall the details that lead them to the error.

So I wanted something ...

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