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SharePoint 2010 Delete a document within a document set library

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As the title says,  I am looking for a snippet demonstrating how to delete a document from a document set library using a known column parent id value stored with the document's metadata.

There could be zero to N files with the id value.  Preferably I am looking for a C# linq solution.
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Question by:Howard Bash
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This may get you on the right track

http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/office/SharePoint-2010-Managing-17ac7fa0/view/SourceCode#content

On the browse code tab, use the solution explorer on the left to drill down to layouts/managedocumentset.aspx.cs
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