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how to use dictionary in wpf also how to compare two dictionaries
Posted 4-Jan-13 23:13pm
Updated 27-Mar-13 4:53am
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 27-Mar-13 10:29am
   
What dictionary control?
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ThePhantomUpvoter 27-Mar-13 11:09am
   
The exact same way you would use any other collection. Instantiate one, add some data... the usual stuff. What exactly is the problem?

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The only way you can compare two dictionaries is to compare item by item. If you want to bind to a dictionary, you should be able to bind to the dictionary.Values property:

<ListBox ItemsSource="{Binding Path=Dictionary.Values}">
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