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Rodimus74 8-May-17 20:16pm View
   
Thank you for your response. I was using Button 1 & 2 as examples - it is Number 3 that I want to get working so that I can dynamically change the image.

Can you please provide further details of the solution you are offering.

Thank you.
Rodimus74 20-Apr-17 0:31am View
   
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Thanks for your reply Richard.


public sealed partial class MainPage : Page
{
private aViewModel myViewModel = new aViewModel();

public MainPage()
{
this.InitializeComponent();
this.Loaded += OnLoaded;

this.DataContext = myViewModel;


myViewModel.StartNew();
}
}


//In the VM

public class aViewModel : INotifyPropertyChanged
{
public Character[,] CurrentPosition
{
get { return _currentPosition; }
private set { _currentPosition = value; RaiseProperty("CurrentPosition"); }
}

public void StartNew()
{
arrayOfClass[1,1] = new anObject();

CurrentPosition = arrayOfClass[1, 1];
}
}



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I believe the issue is that the array Object hasn't been created, but the NullTarget isn't protecting the XAML. The XAML would be protected where the array Object existed and the referenced property within the object was null.
Rodimus74 18-Apr-17 19:30pm View
   
Thanks for your reply Richard.


public sealed partial class MainPage : Page
{
private aViewModel myViewModel = new aViewModel();

public MainPage()
{
this.InitializeComponent();
this.Loaded += OnLoaded;

this.DataContext = myViewModel;


myViewModel.StartNew();
}
}


//In the VM

public class aViewModel : INotifyPropertyChanged
{
public Character[,] CurrentPosition
{
get { return _currentPosition; }
private set { _currentPosition = value; RaiseProperty("CurrentPosition"); }
}

public void StartNew()
{
arrayOfClass[1,1] = new anObject();

CurrentPosition = arrayOfClass[1, 1];
}
}



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I believe the issue is that the array Object hasn't been created, but the NullTarget isn't protecting the XAML. The XAML would be protected where the array Object existed and the referenced property within the object was null.
Rodimus74 8-Mar-17 19:12pm View
   
Thank you, yes I did question the UI. But the simple fact is, the data is row/column data - so a excel like component is the most appropriate.
Rodimus74 21-Sep-16 19:18pm View
   
Thank you for your response.
Yes, the value NULL is displayed.