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parse XML using VB.NET

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Can anyone tell me how to parse the attached XML using VB.NET?  I need to extract the lat and lng node values from the parent location node, that in turn has a parent node of geometry.
xxx.xml
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The easiest way is to load it into a DataSet.
Here is a sample:
Dim ds As New DataSet()
ds.ReadXml("d:\xxx.xml")

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You may find that the DataSet will contain as many DataTable objects as xml nodes.
You can then cycle tables to get your values.

Regards.
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