Gets the node type for this node.
Public Overrides ReadOnly Property NodeType As XmlNodeType
Because all classes that derive from XObject contain a NodeType property, you can write code that operates on collections of concrete subclass of XObject. Your code can then test for the node type of each node in the collection.
The following example uses this property to print the node type of an element.
Dim output As New StringBuilder
Dim el1 As XElement = <Root>content</Root>
OutputTextBlock.Text = output.ToString()
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