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How to simplify coding DependencyProperty in WPF and Silverlight

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Visual Studio already has built-in "code snippets" to handle this; type "propdp" and hit tab. For some reason this doesn't work in Silverlight projects, but you can get around this by copying the snippet from a WPF project into the Silverlight snippets list.

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Ed is an aspiring .NET developer recently graduated from college at the University of Cincinnati in southwestern Ohio. Aside from programming, he is interested in strategy games such as "Space Empires V" and "roguelike" games such as "Angband", and would like to program such games as well! Ed is currently looking for a .NET development role, and can be reached at edkolis@gmail.com.

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GeneralReason for my vote of 1 another bicycle envented PinmemberVMAtm11-Feb-12 20:47 
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GeneralIn Visual Studio 2010 "propdp" do work in Silverlight projec... PinmemberDawningTiger19-Jan-12 15:47 

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