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Avatar BillHenn on 2010-05-18

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Shows how to bind an enum to radiobuttons in Silverlight/WPF.
"Earlier today, I was working on a new form for my Silverlight application, and I realized that I needed to bind an Enum to a group of RadioButtons. Being a highly skilled, advanced software engineer, I rolled up my sleeves, put on my thinking hat, and.... attempted to to Google the solution. I knew what the basic solution should look like in that I was sure a creative converter solution would be involved, but I was looking to save some time and effort. What I found online however, was very disappointing. I wasn't the first person to face this situation and ask about it, but the messages I read on the forums all seemed to follow a common theme... "It can't be done". Everyone recommended that you simply handle the situation by using the code-behind and manually massaging the state of the controls as required. I don't know about you, but I know the sweet smell of bull droppings when I smell them, and this advice just reeked."
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