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How do I make 2 controls take up the space in a horizontal row?

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :JQuery

I've got to make a small change to my first WPF app.  Right now it has a label with a textbox immediately below it.  The textbox can allow the user to enter data into it.  What the users want is to see different comments to the right of this textbox.

So this is what I thought I would do.  I'll wrap everything up in a stackpanel with a horizontal orientation; perhaps use a wrap panel instead.  And I thought I would replace the label wrapping the textbox with a groupbox instead.  The comment that is to appear to the right of the textbox, may not have any data in it.  If it doesn't, then I thought I would not show it.  This makes it tricky, because what I would like to do is have the groupbox surrounding the textbox take up the full width of "row", rather than have an empty space where the comment would be.  (BTW, I'm thinking of putting the comment into a textblock control and wrapping that with another groupbox.)  How do I do what I want to do?  Should I use a grid control instead?  Ideally, if there's anything in the comments I want the textbox (in it's groupbox) to take up half of that "row", and the textblock (in it's groupbox) to take up the other half, with appropriate margins, but if there's no comment, then the textbox (in it's groupbox) takes up the whole "ro

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