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Saving an Element with the XElement.Save Method
   

using System;
using System.Linq;
using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Xml;
using System.Xml.Linq;
public class MainClass {
    public static void Main() {

        XElement bookParticipants =
         new XElement("Books",
         new XElement("Book",
         new XAttribute("type""Author"),
         new XAttribute("experience""first-time"),
         new XAttribute("language""English"),
         new XElement("FirstName""J"),
         new XElement("LastName""R")));
        bookParticipants.Save("book.xml");
    }
}

   
    
  
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16.Obtaining Elements Without Reaching
17.Obtaining Restricted Elements Without Reaching
18.Obtaining Restricted Elements Without Reaching While Ordering and Using Query Expression Syntax
19.Suppressing Node Construction with null
20.Generates an Empty Element
21.Prevents an Empty Element
22.Handling Multiple Peer Nodes While Maintaining a Flat Structure
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25.Creates the XML Tree
26.Loading an Element with the XElement.Load Method
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29.Use Linq to create XElement
30.Create a new XElement class from another XElement object.
31.XElement.HasElements gets a value indicating whether this element has at least one child element.
32.XElement.IsEmpty gets a value indicating whether this element contains no content.
33.Count the node with whitespace
34.Get line number and line position
35.XElement.Name gets or sets the name of this element.
36.XElement.NodeType gets the node type for this node.
37.XElement.SetElementValue sets the value of a child element, adds a child element, or removes a child element.
38.XElement.SetValue sets the value of this element.
39.XElement.Value gets or sets the concatenated text contents of this element.
40.XElement.WriteTo writes this element to an XmlWriter.
41.XElement to Boolean Cast
42.XElement to DateTime Cast
43.Rename element
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