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These are particularly effective because they can be decomposed using succinct patterns in the same way as tuple arguments: let length (Vector3D(dx,dy,dz)) = sqrt(dx*dx+dy*dy+dz*dz) This technique is most useful for record-like values where there is some natural order on the constituent elements of the value (as shown earlier) or where the elements have different types.
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The code begins by creating an instance of the XPathDocument class by passing the path of the XML file to its constructor. It then creates an XPathNavigator by calling the CreateNavigator() method of the XPathDocument class. We need to iterate through the document from the root and hence we call the MoveToRoot() method of XPathNavigator. This method moves the cursor of the XPathNavigator to the root of the document. Note that here the root of the document is the node that contains the entire tree of nodes. Because we want to start the iteration from the <employees> node, we call the MoveToFirstChild() method. Calling this method will place the navigator cursor at the <employees> node. A root node of the TreeView is then added. Next there are three loops. The outermost loop iterates through all the child nodes of the root node. In our case, this loop will be executed just once, because there is only one <employees> node. The second loop iterates through all the <employee> nodes, whereas the innermost loop iterates through the child nodes of the <employee> node, that is, the <firstname>, <lastname>, <homephone>, and <notes> nodes. The outermost loop uses the MoveToNext() method of the XPathNavigator class to advance the cursor onto the next node. It then decides whether there are any <employee> nodes using the HasChildren property. The HasChildren property returns true if there are child nodes to the current node; otherwise, it returns false. If there are <employee> nodes, the cursor is moved to the first <employee> node by calling the MoveToFirstChild() method, which moves the navigator cursor to the first child node. Now the code starts iterating through all the <employee> nodes. With each iteration, the value of the employee attribute is retrieved by using the GetAttribute() method. This method accepts two parameters: the name of the attribute to retrieve and the attribute namespace. Because our document does not contain any namespaces, an empty string is passed as the second parameter. A TreeView node is added for that employee ID. The cursor is then moved to the first child node of the <employee> node by using the MoveToFirstChild() method we discussed earlier. After this call, the cursor will be on the <firstname> node. Now the innermost loop starts. With each iteration, the name of the node is retrieved by using the Name property, and the value of the node is retrieved by using the Value property. The same process is carried out for all the child nodes, that is, <firstname>, <lastname>, <homephone>, and <notes>. After the innermost loop is finished, the navigator cursor is moved back to the parent <employee> node. This is done with the help of the MoveToParent() method, which moves the cursor pointer to the parent node of the current node. The same process is repeated for the remaining <employee> nodes.
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Please see Figure 2-4 for an illustration of the process.
Understanding Routing
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