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WPF - Bind to Opposite Boolean Value Using a Converter

, 13 Mar 2008 CPOL
Learn how to use a value converter for binding to the opposite of a boolean value
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James J. Foster
Team Leader TJX
United States United States
James J. Foster is a senior systems consultant at The TJX Companies. He currently is leading teams in client development using .NET 3.5, Visual Studio 2008, WPF and WCF.

James holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from WPI and a Master's degree in Software Engineering from Brandeis University. He also is certified as a .NET Developer and SQL Server DBA.

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