Here is nice example of what u need: [C# Load XML using XLINQ (LINQ to XML)](
Score: 14
Date posted: 7/28/2012

A good proof-of-concept, but this strategy gets painful (probably more for a C# programmer than for a C# compiler writer) once you you start creating scopes with things like `using` and `foreach`. For example: `try{foreach (string s in c){yield return s;}}catch(Exception){}`
Score: 11
Date posted: 10/26/2010

Your professor needs smacked for using this as an example to teach try/catch.
Score: 6
Date posted: 12/16/2013

You can deal with the [ADS directly]( instead of through CMD
Score: 6
Date posted: 2/9/2017

possible duplicate of [c# instantiate class from string]( EDIT: Specifically, good example with the answer:
Score: 5
Date posted: 10/18/2013


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