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insert a XmlNodeList to an xmldocument

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hi

i am processing an XmlDocument.

I extract an XmlNodeList from the XmlDocument

Loop through each XmlNode in the XmlNodeList

Change the content of the XmlNode.

Add it back in the XmlNodeList

Put the XmlNodeList back into the XmlDocument.

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What you are doing is unecessary.

i am processing an XmlDocument.
I extract an XmlNodeList from the XmlDocument
Loop through each XmlNode in the XmlNodeList
Change the content of the XmlNode.
Add it back in the XmlNodeList                                                              <- not required
Put the XmlNodeList back into the XmlDocument.                                    <- not required

The references you have to the nodes are references to the actual nodes in the document.
When you change them the document is changed automatically.
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thanks
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