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How to use RemoveChild<T>(T) in Ruby

Saad Akbar

What is Ruby?

Ruby is a pure object-oriented language. One of its key features is its simplicity compared to other languages. It is easy to read and write.

Features of Ruby

  • It can be linked with HTML.

  • Its simplicity makes it easier for a new developer to learn the language.

  • It is used for developing internet and intranet applications.

  • It has a significant number of built-in functions, which increases the functionality of the language.

  • It has a syntax similar to C++ and many other programming languages.

  • It is connectable to MySQL, Oracle, and DB2.

  • It is a server-side language identical to Perl and Python.

RemoveChild<T>(T)

The function removes the selected child element.

Syntax

public override T RemoveChild<T> (T oldChild) where T : DocumentFormat.OpenXml.OpenXmlElement;

Parameters

  • oldchild T - The element to be removed.

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