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Using the XmlReader Class 

The XmlReader class reads XML data from a stream or file. It provides non-cached, forward-only, read-only access to XML data. This section describes how to create an XmlReader instance with a specified set of features, such as data validation, data-conformance checking, reading typed data, and so on.

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Creating XML Readers

Describes how to create XML readers.

Accessing External Resources for the XmlReader

Describes how to use the XmlResolver class to access resources.

Validating XML Data with XmlReader

Describes how to validate data.

Data Conformance Checking with XmlReader

Describes data conformance checks that can be set on the XmlReader class.

Reading Elements

Describes the methods and attributes available for reading elements.

Reading Attributes

Describes the methods and attributes available for reading attributes.

Reading Content

Describes the methods and attributes available for reading content.

Reading Typed Data

Describes the methods and attributes available for reading typed data.

Reading XML Using Concrete XmlReader Implementaions

Describes the concrete XmlReader class implementations.

Related Sections

New Features in the XmlReader Class

Describes changes to the XmlReader class.

Comparing XmlReader to SAX Reader

Discusses the differences between the XmlReader class and the SAX reader.

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