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In Which of the Following Definitions element you will find a 'Width' and 'Height' of a Grid(TAG)

1)<Grid.RowDefinitions >


Posted By :Syed Shakeer Hussain     Posted Date :October 07, 2010    Points :10   Category :WPF 
In <Grid.RowDefinitions > you will find a 'Height'

eg: <Grid.RowDefinitions >
<RowDefinition Height="50" />

In <Grid.ColumnDefinitions> you will find a 'Width'

<ColumnDefinition Width="90" />

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