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TIP: Handling WPF DialogResult with simplicity

, 18 Jun 2010
Or even...if (frm.ShowDialog() == true){ // do something here}

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4 Sep 2010
Jaime Olivares
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Shorter way to evaluate DialogResult after calling Window.ShowDialog
28 Jun 2010
Thornik
May be this is better?if (f.ShowDialog() ?? false) { // ebat' melkosoft za takie prikoly}
26 Jul 2010
catbirch
if(frm.DialogR...
7 Sep 2010
Member 2722225
what about this one :if (new frm().ShowDialog().Equals(true)) { //do something }

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