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Adding checkbox in WPF

hamid18 asked:

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I need a suggestion. In my program the user select a file and different graphs are drawn as a output for that file. I want the user to give the choice of selecting the graph which graph he wants to see. Suppose he only wants to see 2 graphs,then he will check 2 checkboxes. Everytime he will check a new checkbox a new graph will be drawn.when he will uncheck a particular checkbox that graph will be vanished from the screen.
Should I only use a StackPanel and inside it different checkboxes? or i should use a listBox.
I am not sure which option is better in my case. Could you please help me.

What I have tried:

I have not implemented anything so far. I just need to know what should I use.
Tags: C#, WPF


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