Here's another C# code snippet that takes me way too much time to recreate by just reading the documentation.
This is a simple example of a class that can be serialized to/from XML. In this case the "ServerConfig" XML string can contain a list of servers, looking like this:
<ServerConfig loggingEnabled="1"> <Servers> <Server host="test1.example.com" port="9999" /> <Server host="test2.example.com" port="8888" /> </Servers> </ServerConfig>
The client code can just do "
var serverConfig = ServerConfig.FromXmlString(s);" to deserialize it into a
(The method that would serialize a
ServerConfig to an XML string is left as an exercise for the reader. I rarely need to do that.)