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Is there a way to see if html is xhtml complient via .net code

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Is there a way to see if some sample html is xhtml complient via .net code e.g. c# , vb.net etc

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There is a library called Tidy which transforms HTML into proper XHTML.  I think it has a function for detecting whether the HTML is already XHTML or not.  Here is the link to the .NET wrapper: http://users.rcn.com/creitzel/tidy.html#dotnet
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