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Setting non-numeric grid row/column sizes in WPF/Silverlight

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14 Apr 2010CPOL
John, here's a simpler way to do this. This will also handle strings like "3*" which are valid grid length values in Xaml.private RowDefinition MakeRowDefinition(string height){ RowDefinition rowDef = new RowDefinition(); GridLengthConverter converter = new...


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