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XmlWriter.WriteValue Method

Writes a single simple-typed value.

This member is overloaded. For complete information about this member, including syntax, usage, and examples, click a name in the overload list.

  Name Description
Public method Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 WriteValue(Boolean) Writes a Boolean value.
Public method Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 WriteValue(DateTime) Writes a DateTime value.
Public method Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 WriteValue(Decimal) Writes a Decimal value.
Public method Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 WriteValue(Double) Writes a Double value.
Public method Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 WriteValue(Int32) Writes a Int32 value.
Public method Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 WriteValue(Int64) Writes a Int64 value.
Public method Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 WriteValue(Object) Writes the object value.
Public method Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 WriteValue(Single) Writes a single-precision floating-point number.
Public method Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Supported by Xbox 360 WriteValue(String) Writes a String value.
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The WriteValue method accepts common language runtime (CLR) simple-typed values. This allows you to pipeline simple-type values with minimal re-parsing overhead when passing data between XmlReader, and XmlWriter objects. This ability is also useful when dealing with CLR simple-types and an XmlWriter instance. You can call the WriteValue method to write the typed value, rather than using the methods on the XmlConvert class to convert the typed data to a string value before writing it out.

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