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Windows Runtime (WinRT) is a Microsoft platform architecture that allows applications to run in a sandboxed environment exposing a 'Windows Modern Style' UI/UX. Not to be confused with Windows RT, the edition of Windows 8 for ARM devices; see windows-rt.

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Changing control name property during runtime -- Why doesn't anything break and why shouldn't I do it?

To make a long story short, I needed a property of a button to act as a "secondary text property" and retain the original .Text value of a button, and the only String property that wasn't ...
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How are composite tables generally handled when there is no ORM tool available?

I am developing a Windows Runtime Component (C#) to be used in an HTML/JS frontend for a Windows Store App. Now, one of the requests is to have a database on the local system to store metadata about ...
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