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You can use either Label or TextBlock elements to display text in an application.
The two elements appear to behave similarly, but there are a few differences:
- A Label...
- A TextBlock....
I love Sean's 2,000 Things You Should Know About WPF posts. "WPF? Isn't that dead?" No, not even. Mature, maybe, but hell so am I and I'm not dead (well, at least I like to think so... ;)
Anyway... I was asked this the other day and I gave a pretty lame answer. Now I can actually sound like I know something! I know, imagine that!
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