Binding data to another UI element
Sometimes, the value of the property of an element is directly dependent on the value of the property of another element. In this case, you can create a binding in XAML called an element binding or element-to-element binding. This binding links both values. If needed, the data can flow bidirectionally.
In the banking application, we can add a loan calculator that allows the user to select an amount and the number of years in which they intend to pay the loan back to the bank, including (of course) a lot of interest.
To follow this recipe, you can either continue with your solution from the previous recipe or use the provided solution that can be found in the
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