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by Marc Clifton
Revisiting the XTree implementation, using a generic controller.
by ralph1957
This step-by step article describes how to populate a TreeView control by using XML data.
by seejay1120
A Fast Way to Update Treeview Nodes Using a Database as a Source
by leppie
Here is yet another alternative (originally from http://xacc.wordpress.com/2009/03/05/tree-traversal-extension-methods/[^]):public static class TreeExtensions{ public static IEnumerable TraverseDepthFirst( this T t, Func valueselect, Func<T,...

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by Mr.PoorEnglish
Treeview with Checkboxes supporting 3-state-logic
by gggustafson
By modifying a recursive data structure, the creation of a TreeView can be simplified.
by Fredrik Bornander
Showing how to prune nodes of a TreeView as a means of searching
by Nick Polyak
Code Location The code for this blog post can be downloaded from TreeTestsCode.zip. Introduction CodeProject I continue a series of blog posts about implementing WPF concepts outside of WPF. This post talks about generic Tree structures in C#. The relationship with WPF will become clearer once we st

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