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about the WPF Rubik's Cube, how to insert a reset button code to reset the scrambled cube?
Posted 13-Mar-13 23:00pm
Richard MacCutchan 14-Mar-13 5:06am
Without seeing some of your code it's impossible to tell. Try and add some useful detail to your question.
Sandeep Mewara 14-Mar-13 8:33am
It does not work like this here.

Here is what is expected of enquirers:
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Solution 1

If this was YOUR code we were talking about you wouldn't be asking this question since you'd already have the code to scramble the cube. It has to start somewhere, doesn't it?? The cube doesn't come prescrambled in code.

And adding a button in WPF is extremely simple, if you've ever used WPF before.

So, who's code did you use? Where did you get it from?

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