WPF: Setting the Height or Width to Auto in Code

At times, you may want to programmatically set the Height or Width of a WPF element to Auto in code. To do this, just use the Double.NaN (Not a Number) value.


For example, in C#:


this.txtName.Width = Double.NaN;


And in VB .NET:


Me.txtName.Width = Double.Nan


Best Regards,
Kevin McNeish
INETA Speaker
Chief Architect, MM .NET Application Framework
www.oakleafsd.com


 


 

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