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vb.net read and write xml elements in files

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Few times I used xml files because it was never accurate. However this time I need to add, read, update data in a xml file. I've been doing some research and it seems to be several classes dealing xml. However some seem obsolete. Which class is most suitable for processing data in a xml file.
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