Updating xml with linq

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Map Path("XMLFile16.xml")); Try Dim xml Doc As XDocument = XDocument. Map Path("..\Know All.xml")) Dim eles = From c In xml Doc.

Text = "Data successfully added." Catch ex As Exception lbl Status.

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