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setting xml:lang on an xml document using the dom? an XmlWriter? something?
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Question by:sethUSer420
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Hi,

Note that xml:lang isn't just a doc feature, it can be applied to any element throughout the doc.

Here's a sample on how to set the attribute:

            XmlDocument d = new XmlDocument();
            d.LoadXml( "<doc><a xml:lang='en-gb'/>I'm a doc</doc>" );

            XmlAttribute a = d.CreateAttribute( "xml", "lang", "http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace" );
            a.Value = "en-us";

            d.DocumentElement.Attributes.Append( a );
            Console.WriteLine( d.OuterXml );

hth

Vasco
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