How to get a XML node by name

Hello,

I'd like to know how to get a XML node text using its name in ASP.NET, somehow like the javascript getElementById.

Thank you.
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bele04Commented:
You can use XPath to get the Node or list of nodes with the name that you want.

Sample if you have a XmlNode object with a couple of childnodes:
<data>
    <data1></data1>
    <data2></data2>
</data>

XmlDocument xd = new XmlDocument().Load("xml_file");
XmlNode xmlNode = xd.SelectSingleNode("/data");

if you want to get the data1 node you'd do something like this:
xmlNode.SelectSingleNode("./data1");
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