I asked for an answer to a specific serialization problem in .NET. I gave the format my source data was in, and a sample of how I would like the output. How does that not fit into a Q&A format?
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closed as too localized by Flexo, Toon Krijthe, user7116, Dennis, animuson♦ Sep 19 '12 at 16:32
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