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CoverFlow (Silverlight Only) / CoverFlow for Silverlight Quick Start / Step 4 of 5: Adding Code to the Project
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    Step 4 of 5: Adding Code to the Project
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    In the last step, you added four items to the C1CoverFlow control and set the items’ properties. In this step, you’re going to create a C1CoverFlow.SelectedIndexChanged event handler and add code to the event handler that checks for the value of the C1CoverFlow.SelectedIndex property. The TextBlock control, which you added in Step 1 of 5: Creating the Project, will change its Text property string value when the user selects an album cover.

    Complete the following steps:

    1. In the Objects and Timeline panel, select C1CoverFlow1.
    2. In the Properties panel, click the Events button .
    3. Locate the C1CoverFlow.SelectedIndexChanged event handler and double-click inside its text box.

    The C1CoverFlow1_SelectedIndexChanged event handler is added to your project.

    Replace the code comment with the following code:

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    If C1CoverFlow1.SelectedIndex = 1 Then
       TextBlock1.Text = "Deep Purple: Machine Head"
    ElseIf C1CoverFlow1.SelectedIndex = 2 Then
       TextBlock1.Text = "Deep Purple: Made in Japan"
    ElseIf C1CoverFlow1.SelectedIndex = 3 Then
       TextBlock1.Text = "Deep Purple: Perfect Strangers"
    TextBlock1.Text = Nothing
    End If

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    if (C1CoverFlow1.SelectedIndex == 1)
    TextBlock1.Text = "Deep Purple: Machine Head";
    else if (C1CoverFlow1.SelectedIndex == 2)
    TextBlock1.Text = "Deep Purple: Made in Japan";
    else if (C1CoverFlow1.SelectedIndex == 3)
    TextBlock1.Text = "Deep Purple: Perfect Strangers";
       TextBlock1.Text = null;

    In this step, you added an event handler and code to your project. In the next step, you’ll run program and see the results of this quick start topic.