In this article I am going to demonstrate how to implement a custom InputPropmt control with OK and Cancel buttons. I will create a new custom control based on the InputPrompt from the Coding4fun Toolkit.
NOTE: More information about the InputPropmt from the Coding4fun Toolkit you can find here: WP7 InputPrompt in depth. For more information of how to write a Custom Control in WP7 take a look at : Creating a WP7 Custom Control in 7 Steps
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