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linq drill down statement

linq drill down statement

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How can I write this to linq

first I'm doing
XElement root = doc.MainDocumentPart.GetXDocument().Root;
then
var query = from c in root.Descendants(W.p) select c;
then
foreach (XElement p in query)
{
XElement pElement = p.Descendants(w + "pStyle").FirstOrDefault() ;
if (pElement != null)
{
string spElement = pElement.Attributes(w + "val").FirstOrDefault().Value as string;
if (strStylesAll.Contains(spElement))
{
if (strStyles.Contains(spElement))
{
strReferenceNumber = strReferenceNumber + 1;
}
else
{ strReferenceNumber = strReferenceNumber; }

strStylesname.Add(spElement + "p" + " " + strReferenceNumber);
// addtoTable(spElement, strReferenceNumber)

}
}}

I know it looks ugly and not
any help would be nice

RE: linq drill down statement

Please be a little clearer.
You say "How can I write this to linq " - but you are already using linq in this code!
Please tell what exactly your code is doing and what it isn't doing and what it is supposed to do.

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RE: linq drill down statement

Also, post all of the code, and put it in code tags. It is a whole hell of a lot harder to figure out what you are doing or want to do when the code is missing information and hard to read.

RE: linq drill down statement

The code is very hard to read and you have missing pieces I had to guess at, but when I indent your code properly it looks like this:

CODE

XElement root = doc.MainDocumentPart.GetXDocument().Root;

var query = from c in root.Descendants(W.p) select c;

foreach (XElement p in query)
{
	XElement pElement = p.Descendants(w + "pStyle").FirstOrDefault() ;
	if (pElement != null)
	{
		string spElement = pElement.Attributes(w + "val").FirstOrDefault().Value as string;
		if (strStylesAll.Contains(spElement))
		{
			if (strStyles.Contains(spElement))
			{
				strReferenceNumber = strReferenceNumber + 1;
			}
			else
			{
				strReferenceNumber = strReferenceNumber;
			}

			strStylesname.Add(spElement + "p" + " " + strReferenceNumber);
			// addtoTable(spElement, strReferenceNumber)

		}
	}
} 

Its really hard to be sure given there are missing pieces about what you are doing, but this 'should' do the same thing.. I think...

CODE --> C#

var query = from c in doc.Root.Descendants(W.p)
            where c.Descendants(w + "pStyle").FirstOrDefault() != null
            select c.Descendants(w + "pStyle").FirstOrDefault().Attribute(w + "val");
 
foreach (XAttribute attr in query)
    if (strStylesAll.Contains(attr.Value))
    {
        if (strStyles.Contains(attr.Value))
            strReferenceNumber++;
        strStylesname.Add(attr.Value + "p " + strReferenceNumber);
    } 

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