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Switching to Edit Mode on the ViewEdit Page and Saving Changes - Day 4 - Part 11

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In this video Bob uses previously discussed techniques to switch back and forth between view and edit modes by copying the content from the TextBlock to the TextBox before setting the visibility of each control. Finally, the data changes are applied to the underlying file.

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  • Hi bob,

    I noticed that you use two different ways of creating file:

    - appStorage.OpenFile(fileName, FileMode.Create)

    - appStorage.CreateFile(fileName)

    Any significant difference between the two?

  • Clint RutkasClint I'm a "developer"

    @kctan: The 2nd one only creates a file.   OpenFile with FileMode.OpenOrCreate will either open it if it is there or will create a new file for you.  Just makes your code a lot cleaner.

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