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Old June 30th, 2010, 07:36 AM
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How do you access the children of a WPF Canvas class?

How do you access the children of a WPF Canvas class?

It is a cool class and I like how you are able to add children. But once they are there, how to you look at them for reading their state and content. I know it is easy if you put the children in XAML. But what if you have added children to the canvas dynamically at run time?


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What is the menber of the canvas class that indicates the number of children? Something like canvas.amount, for example.

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