Application.Run Method (Window)
.NET Framework (current version)
Starts a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) application and opens the specified window.
PresentationFramework (in PresentationFramework.dll)
member Run :
window:Window -> int
The Int32 application exit code that is returned to the operating system when the application shuts down. By default, the exit code value is 0.
Run is called from a browser-hosted application (for example, an XAML browser application (XBAP)).
This overload extends the Run method to open the specified window after an application starts running.
If you define a code Application that opens a window when it starts running, you explicitly call Run.
If you create your Application using markup, or markup and code-behind, you can automatically open a window during using either of the following techniques:
The following example shows an application with a manually-created static entry point method that instantiates Application, before calling Run.
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Available since 3.0