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Let's try a simple example where we use a Dispatcher Timer to create a digital clock: The XAML part is extremely simple - it's merely a centered label with a large font size, used to display the current time.
When you set a value of a dependency property it is not stored in a field of your object, but in a dictionary of keys and values provided by the base class Every time you access a dependency property, it internally resolves the value by following the precedence from high to low. The key of an entry is the key defined with the dependency property. NET property wrapper, it internally calls to access the value.
It checks if a local value is available, if not if a custom style trigger is active,... This method resolves the value by using a value resolution strategy that is explained in detail below.
To create a Dependency Property, add a static field of type to create an instance of a dependency property. If you set the property from XAML the Set Value() method is called directly.
The name of the Dependendy Property must always end with ... If you are using Visual Studio, you can type The change notification callback is a static method, that is called everytime when the value of the Time Property changes.