WPF provides resource facilities that let us plug bits of our user interface together dynamically but consistently. We can store any objects in resource dictionaries and then refer to these resources throughout our applications. WPF's styling mechanism relies on resource dictionaries to set properties and templates for our controls, based either on an application's skin or on the currently configured system theme. And, for binary resources—including the compiled BAML versions of our XAML files—WPF uses the localization-aware ResourceManager system, which chooses the most appropriate resources for the end user's chosen user interface culture.
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