I need to convert a csv file(size is 60 mb) to xml file in my application developed in C#.

I would like to convert .csv file of size 60 mb  into xml file.

So, how can i do it in c# code.

Could you send sample code to get it work.

Thanks in advance.

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Well, if you're happy to use any method to get the job done, then here's an existing program which does it for you (it's in Java mind you):

Alternatively, read each line in the CSV file into a string, use the Split() method to tokenize the string (with the delimiter set to ","), and then use the XmlTextWriter class to write the data to an XML file:
Sorry, clearly the URL for the XmlTextWriter class had not been copied to my clipboard properly; here it is:
using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Xml;

namespace CsvToXmlSample
      class Program
            static void Main(string[] args)
                  //Creates the XML writer to write XML content
                  using(XmlTextWriter xmlWriter = new XmlTextWriter("c:\\output.xml", System.Text.Encoding.UTF8))
                        //Starts the XML document
                        //Writes the root element
                        //Opens the input file
                        using(StreamReader inputFile = new StreamReader("c:\\input.csv"))
                              //Loop on each line in the file
                              while(inputFile.Peek() > -1)
                                    //Reads the line
                                    string row = inputFile.ReadLine();
                                    //Splits each field
                                    string[] parts = row.Split(';');

                                    //Writes a record element

                                    //Writes the first field (named field1)
                                    xmlWriter.WriteElementString("field1", parts[0]);
                                    //Writes the second field (named field2)
                                    xmlWriter.WriteElementString("field2", parts[1]);
                                    //Writes the third field (named field3)
                                    xmlWriter.WriteElementString("field3", parts[2]);

                                    //Ends the record element

                              //Ends the root element
                              //Ends the document

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