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XML reading LINQ to XML C#

Hello experts,

I would like to open XML and read it ... when i read last node in said XML i would read same XML in reverse order
and when i reach 1st node again i would read XML till i hit last node.

So basically i want to create a loop that will go from 1st node to last and when last then read it again in reeverse

Coding in C#.

Thank you!


xml example:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
  <move id="1">
  <move id="2">
  <move id="3">

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What is the purpose of rereading the XML?  If it is not going to change then you can just work with the in-memory objects.

How do you translate my question as accusing you of asking a homework question?  I wanted to know if there was any reason why you couldn't work on the in memory objects.

TagyourareitAuthor Commented:
Hello. It wasn't you ... Moderator deleted previous posts.

I am sorry for the confusion.
If you still want/need assistance with this, then we can continue from here.

TagyourareitAuthor Commented:
Hello saige,

i have found a solution already but thank you anyway.
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