XML Global and Local Elements

What Is the Global and Local Elements in XML?
An element is global or local depending on how it is defined in a schema.  Any element that is an immediate child of Schema, or is a ref to an immediate child of Schema, is a global element.  All other elements are local elements.

What Is ElementFormDefault attribute?
An XML Schema can define whether its local elements must be qualified or unqualified in an XML document.  This is declared with the “elementFormDefault” attribute in the <schema> element.   The two possible values are appropriately named: qualified and unqualified.
The XmlrReader class represents a reader that provides fast, noncached, forward-only access from XML data. We must need to import the Xml namespaces before using the XmlReader class in C#.NET - using System.Xml;

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