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I am currently working on a cbt software and i want the questions to be coming randomly ( one per page) which is working. Please how can i program Previous and Next button with WPF of VB.NET so user can skip and later go back before the exam finishes. Please help me. Have been on it for like 3 weeks now. thank you
Not exactly sure what you're after here. If the tables are related then you need to join them on a common field and show the results as one query. If they are not related you can always use a cross join which will return rows from table1 combined with each row of table2:
SELECT * FROM Table1 CROSS JOIN Table2
SELECT * FROM Table1, Table2
Never underestimate the creativity of the end-user.
I would like to have an icon switch between red and green, for inactive/active, and will have approximately a dozen scattered throughout several grids. I looked into DataBinding and IValueConverter, but have not been successful in getting the functionality that I am looking for. Question, is this the best way most efficient way for switching an icon off and on.
I've created a style that allows me to use a custom image in place of the default up/down arrow in an expander. How can I create this style so that I can set the image in the place where the expander is used, instead of setting it in the style.
Sorry, a bit long. The image is after the second comment