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Generating C# from XML

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I remember stumbling across an article decribing a tool for the .NET platform which could generate C# or VB code for that matter from either an XML DTD or Schema.  The generated code would represent and object oriented wrapper for the particular DTD or schema used in reading and writing an XML document.

Does anyone know the name of this technology or tool, or can they point me to an article on it's use?

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