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Windows Presentation Foundation Discussion of the beta version of Windows Presentation Foundation "WPF" formerly know as codename "Avalon" as well as the related XAML.
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Default Disabling dates in Dateime picker in WPF

In WPF,How the Prior dates and week ends in a DateTimePicker can be disabled and greyed out

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