Removes this node from its parent.
Assembly: System.Xml.Linq (in System.Xml.Linq.dll)
In LINQ to XML programming, you should not manipulate or modify a set of nodes while you are querying for nodes in that set. In practical terms, this means that you should not iterate over a set of nodes and remove them. Instead, you should materialize them into a List<T> by using the ToList<TSource> extension method. Then, you can iterate over the list to remove the nodes. For more information, see Mixed Declarative Code/Imperative Code Bugs (C#) (LINQ to XML).
Alternatively, if you want to remove a set of nodes, it is recommended that you use the Extensions.Remove method. This method copies the nodes to a list, and then iterates over the list to remove the nodes.
The following example removes a node from its parent.
XElement xmlTree = new XElement("Root", new XElement("Child1", "child1 content"), new XElement("Child2", "child2 content"), new XElement("Child3", "child3 content"), new XElement("Child4", "child4 content"), new XElement("Child5", "child5 content") ); XElement child3 = xmlTree.Element("Child3"); child3.Remove();
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