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A WPF Problem Solved Two Very Different Ways - Using XAML Only - Using a Custom Control

, 28 Oct 2007
Article on solving a problem using a XAML only approach and then solving that same problem using WPF custom controls.
Public Class LineHeightConverter
    Implements IValueConverter


    Public Function Convert(ByVal value As Object, ByVal targetType As System.Type, ByVal parameter As Object, ByVal culture As System.Globalization.CultureInfo) As Object Implements System.Windows.Data.IValueConverter.Convert

        Dim dbl As Double

        If Double.TryParse(value.ToString, dbl) = True Then
            Return dbl + 5
        Else
            Return value
        End If

    End Function

    Public Function ConvertBack(ByVal value As Object, ByVal targetType As System.Type, ByVal parameter As Object, ByVal culture As System.Globalization.CultureInfo) As Object Implements System.Windows.Data.IValueConverter.ConvertBack

    End Function
End Class

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