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Immerse Yourself in WPF: A "World Clocks" Application as Literate Code

, 16 Aug 2007
Literate code describing how to build a simple "world clocks" application in WPF
worldclocks_src.zip
WorldClocks
Components
PresentationUtility
Controls
Converters
Management
Properties
Settings.settings
Graphics
TimeZones.psd
WorldClocks
Controls
Data
Properties
Settings.settings
Resources
Icons
WorldClocks.ico
WorldClocksTray.ico
Images
L1.png
L10.png
L2.png
L3.5.png
L3.png
L4.png
L5.png
L6.png
L7.png
L8.png
L9.5.png
L9.png
R1.png
R10.png
R11.png
R12.png
R2.png
R3.5.png
R3.png
R4.5.png
R4.png
R5.5.png
R5.png
R6.5.png
R6.png
R7.png
R8.png
R9.5.png
R9.png
World.png
Z0.png
Windows

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Stu-Smith
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I'm currently working for a small start-up company, BinaryComponents Ltd, producing the FeedGhost RSS reader.

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