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Using extensions with Object Class and Page in WPF

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 12, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
I don't usually ask a question without trying it first, but hey, why not.  Searching for this one is not exactly easy. I am wondering if I can use extensions with Object and if they (the variables) will subsequently be available for use in a Page partial class generated for WPF?  By this I mean in the same project and assembly. BTW, I won't be offended by posts pointing out why not to do this with Object.  The why in this case is something as basic as having one base class that contain: bYes = True; bNo = False; Now of course, having a base class is not going to work with something like Page... There may be much better ways to this, what I do not want is syntax MyBaseInstance.bYes and MyBaseInstance.bNo in MyPageInstance and bYes or bNo everywhere else.  Any advice? Regards,  Dave Horsman

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