With these it helps I have a simple web page with some textboxes and buttons. When I click one of the buttons, I want some labels to appear below and display some info. , Pass parent control as a parameter to createLabels:
public class MyWrapperClass
public void createLabels(Control parent, string labelName)
Label label_Name = new Label();
label_Name.ID = "label_Name";
label_Name.Text = labelName;
Label get_Name = new Label();
get_Name.ID = "get_Name";
get_Name.Text = "Not found";
MyWrapperClass abc = new MyWrapperClass();
Does that help You can view the source code for the entire category here with comments: https://gist.github.com/1590955 #import "NSDate+RotationScheduleFormatter.h" in every implementation file in which you would like to use the category. Then use the following method call to get the current rotation day:
hope this fix your issue You can display the content of your collection with any type of ItemsControl. Some examples are ListBox, TreeView, HeaderedItemsControl, TabControl, and even ItemsControl itself. These controls take a list of items and display them according to the ItemTemplate. In your example, you would edit the UCRobots.xaml file to have the following
<!-- The ItemsSource property defines the list of items.
Here we are binding directly to the DataContext of the UCRobots class.
You could also bind to a property of the object that is set as the DataContext -->
The below is commented out because the default DataTemplate for the ItemTemplate
property is to display a TextBlock that binds directly to the item
The Text property is binding directly to the item in the list.
If your list contained objects with properties, you could bind to one of those properties.
For example, if your list contained a list of People objects, you could bind the
Text property to the Name property of your class