How to Select XML Nodes by Name in c# ?

To find nodes in an XML file you can use XPath expressions. Method XmlNode.Selec­tNodes returns a list of nodes selected by the XPath string. Method XmlNode.Selec­tSingleNode finds the first node that matches the XPath string.

xml file like this below shown



XmlDocument xml = new XmlDocument();
xml.LoadXml(myXmlString); // suppose that myXmlString contains "<CustomerNames>...</CustomerNames>"

XmlNodeList xnList = xml.SelectNodes("/CustomerNames/Name");
foreach (XmlNode xn in xnList)
  string firstName = xn["FirstName"].InnerText;
  string lastName = xn["LastName"].InnerText;
  Console.WriteLine("Name: {0} {1}", firstName, lastName);
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