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Showing tooltip on textbox when text exceeds the available size of textbox(Attached Behavior in WPF)

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WPF provides an innovative feature called attached properties, which can be used to add behavior to existing controls. These new properties are not defined on the control being extended, but rather they are defined on a separate object (generally a
DependencyObject). Thus, we end up with a source object that defines the attached properties and a target object on which you attach these properties. The target is the object being extended with new functionality contained in the source. When the attached property is set on the target object, a property change event is fired on the source. The event handler is passed information about the target and the new and old values of the property.
By hooking up property changed handlers, we can add additional behavior by calling methods on the target, changing properties, and listening to events. We look at more detailed examples of using attached properties in Chapter 6, “The Power of Attached Properties.” Keep in mind that…

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How to edit WPF Datagrid cell

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This article will show you the way to change the cell in WPF Datagrid.

I have been reading people asking how to change the cell in WPF Datagrid. A lot of article with a lot of theory somehow the code won’t work.

I give you only 2 pieces of code here.

The first one, MainWindow.xaml. Replace your xaml code with the code below.

<Window x:Class=”WpfAppDataGrid.MainWindow”

        xmlns=”http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation”

        xmlns:x=”http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml”

        Title=”MainWindow” Height=”350″ Width=”525″>

    <Grid>

        <DataGrid Name=”dataGrid1″ HorizontalAlignment=”Left” Height=”160″ Margin=”26,23,0,0″ VerticalAlignment=”Top” Width=”419″ AutoGenerateColumns=”True” />

        <Button Content=”Refresh” HorizontalAlignment=”Left” Margin=”26,211,0,0″ VerticalAlignment=”Top” Width=”75″ Click=”Button_Click”/>

        <Button Content=”Modify” HorizontalAlignment=”Left” Margin=”123,211,0,0″ VerticalAlignment=”Top” Width=”75″ Click=”Button_Click_1″/>

        <Label Name=”label1″ Content=”Label” HorizontalAlignment=”Left” Margin=”26,255,0,0″ VerticalAlignment=”Top” Width

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Thread Safe Generic Weak Dictionary in .NET

If you are about to begin implementing your own version of a thread safe generic weak dictionary – STOP!

As of .NET 4.0, there is already one:

System.Runtime.CompilerServices.ConditionalWeakTable<TKey, TValue>

Now that .NET 4.5 has been made open source few weeks ago, we can look at the comments and more importantly at the implementation of ConditionalWeakTable<TKey, TValue>. Continue reading “Thread Safe Generic Weak Dictionary in .NET”

Design patterns and practices in .NET: the Chain of Responsibility pattern

Exercises in .NET with Andras Nemes

Introduction

The Chain of Responsibility is an ordered chain of message handlers that can process a specific type of message or pass the message to the next handler in the chain. This pattern revolves around messaging between a sender and one more receivers. This probably sounds very cryptic – just like the basic description of design patterns in general – so let’s see a quick example in words.

Suppose we have a Sender that knows the first receiver in the messaging chain, call it Receiver A. Receiver A is in turn aware of Receiver B and so on. When a message comes in to a sender we can only perform one thing: pass it along to the first receiver. Receiver A inspects the message and decides whether it can process it or not. If not then it passes the message along to Receiver B and Receiver B will perform the…

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