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Here is a common way of having a ViewModel's property with the INotifyPropertyChanged interface:
string text;
public string Text
{
    get { return text; }
    set
    {
        if (value != text)
        {
            text = value;
            NotifyPropertyChanged(nameof(Text));
        }
    }
}

This occupies one line for the member variable and twelve lines for the property.
In my ViewModel I have many properties and the code is getting very huge due to each property need the above body to include the NotifyPropertyChanged method and a member varible.

I prefer my properties to be defined in this way:
public string Text { get; set; }

That property's body is just one line and I don't need to define a member variable.
But I cannot find out how to call the NotifyPropertyChanged method.

Is there a solution to short the body of the property and still have the call to the NotifyPropertyChanged method?

For instance:
* Having a property without the need of a member variable.
* Define the property as close as possible to: public string Text { get; set; }.
* Having the call to the NotifyPropertyChanged in the setter body.


Best regards,
/Steffe
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