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Mortgage calculator, part 2

Mortgage calculator, part 2: Learning .NET Programming
Mortgage calculator, part 2: Learning .NET Programming

After Reynald walks through setting up the core plumbing necessary for the WPF Application, it’s time to build the user interface. Reynald uses the WPF designer to drop and organize the UI elements that displays all the input fields to captue the values that will be calculated. The result is displayed once the calculate button is clicked. Reynald also compares the results with the Google default calculator.

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