troubleshooting Question

Have XmlDocument in memory, How to Write to .xml file?

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Hello,

I have an:
XmlDocument doc = ClassSerializer.Serialize(_myClass); // i wrote ClassSerializer, it works great...

which works fine: i have [XmlElement()] and [XmlIgnore] attribute tags inside _myClass. So the doc exists in memory just fine, I can use XPath on it, etc. This is all possible because of "using System.Xml.Serialization;" Yah for the framework!

However, how do I write the silly thing to a text document?

For example: (this is how far I got before I became confused)

                  XmlDocument doc = ClassSerializer.Serialize(_myClass);

                  XmlTextWriter textWriter = new XmlTextWriter("C:\\myXmFile.xml", null);
                  textWriter.WriteStartDocument();

                  // write here: ??


                  textWriter.WriteEndDocument();

                  textWriter.Close();


Any help would be appreciated. I need this solution ASAP, so 500 points is warranted :)

There were several other questions of the same order on EE, but the solutions were expired links...bad page editor, you!
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