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Sudoku by WinFX(WPF)

June 8th, 2006 by kenlin@HK [MVP]
Yesterday, I read about an example on Code4Fun about WinFX, It is a sample on creating a sample Sudoku with WinFX. Althought it is saying that the sample code are based on Feb CTP, but I could make it work by using May Beta2. Before you could be able to do WinFX programming, you may need to follow the instruction and download the setup files from And I found that the installation is terrible. Finally, I created one but it is in Extensible Application Markup Language(XAML) which you will use to create a simple layout and a more complex layout.   


Oh? Not .NET language? Yap, as the tutorial are in XAML. Later on I will try to use VB2005 to see if I can make one. And I found out that building application, don’t have UI Designer. I heard from friends that there is a product with codename “Cider” and you may read and download from: Later I will download it and have a try on it too. Come back later after the first hand on “Cider”.


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4 Responses

  1. Patrick S Says:

    Cool post…i look foward to trying out your soduku game in the future…it looks great :D,
    Cool post

  2. Chad Campbell Says:

    This is pretty cool… I’m really looking forward to WinFX!

  3. mp3-players Says:

    Hi, people! I have some interesting facts for you 🙂 Anyone know that sudoku was created by an architect? The modern Sudoku was designed anonymously by Howard Garns, a 74-year-old retired architect and freelance puzzle constructor, and first published in 1979. One more: I heard that my favorite game – the popular puzzle game of Sudoku is brought to the next generation of consoles. Go! Suduko 2 has evolved from the original game to provide a variety of new features and game modes. 🙂

    Thanks, Kevin

  4. Jamal Says:

    Does anyone know where to publish a Sudoku research paper?