.net - Saving And Restoring Xml Differences?

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I am using asp.net and the .net framework 2.0. I may be able to upgrade the servers to 3.5 if the solution is compelling enough. Here is the problem.I have two pieces of xml.I'll refer to piece number 1 as the template and piece number 2 as the actual.Here's a basic example:template:

<question1 msg="1234">


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