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I've the following code, taken from
to select a node from RSS file.
However, I'm always getting a null returning for the SelectSingleNod e(),

if(feed.Documen tElement.LocalN ame.Equals("RDF ") &&
feed.DocumentEl ement.Namespace URI.Equals("htt p://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-s


NamespaceUri = "http://purl.org/rss/1.0/";


else if(feed.Documen tElement.LocalN ame.Equals("rss "))


NamespaceUri = feed.DocumentEl ement.Namespace URI;




throw new RssFeedExceptio n(ResourceFetch er.GetException ("Illegal feed"));


XmlNamespaceMan ager nsMgr = new XmlNamespaceMan ager(feed.NameT able);

nsMgr.AddNamesp ace("rss",Names paceUri);

node = feed.SelectSing leNode("//rss:channel/title",nsMgr);//Select feed's


title = node.InnerText;

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