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Applications = Code + Markup: A Guide to the Microsoft by Charles Petzold

By Charles Petzold

During this e-book, home windows programming legend Charles Petzold covers in parallel the 2 interfaces that make up the home windows Presentation origin (WPF). From the outset, the reader can shift concentration seamlessly among Extensible program Markup Language (XAML) and C# to work out them as turn aspects of an analogous tactics. starting within the first bankruptcy, Petzold offers the final syntax of the XAML and corresponding programming code with a number of illuminating examples on how the 2 correspond and interrelate. The e-book builds in this base, supplying the vintage Petzold home windows person interface (UI) therapy, to teach home windows builders the right way to create next-generation interfaces for his or her functions.

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In the upper-left corner of the client area. If you make the window too narrow to fit all the text, you'll find that the text is truncated rather than automatically wrapped (alas), but you can insert line breaks in the text using the carriage return character ("\r") or a line feed ("\n"), or both: "\r\n". Media namespace so that you can experiment with properties that affect the color and font of the text. These properties are all defined by the Control class from which Window derives. Nothing except good taste will prevent you from setting the font used to display text in the client area like so: FontFamily = new FontFamily("Comic Sans MS"); FontSize = 48; This code can go anywhere in the constructor of the class.

Violet, 1)); } } } From here, it's a short leap from the LinearGradientBrush to the RadialGradientBrush. Run(new CircleTheRainbow()); } public CircleTheRainbow() { Title = "Circle the Rainbow"; 42 Part I: Code Part I: Code 43 RadialGradientBrush brush = new RadialGradientBrush(); Background = brush; // Rainbow mnemonic is the name Roy G. Biv. Violet, 1)); } } } Now the brush starts in the center of the client area with red, and then goes through the colors until violet defines an ellipse that fills the client area.

The Window class inherits the Content property from ContentControl, a class that derives from Control and from which Window immediately descends. The ContentControl class exists almost solely to define this Content property and a few related properties and methods. The Content property is defined as type object, which suggests that it can be set to any object, and that's just about true. I say "just about" because you cannot set the Content property to another object of type Window. You'll get a run-time exception that indicates that Window must be the "root of a tree," not a branch of another Window object.

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