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What is the replacement in WPF for resx files in web development?

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Being a web developer I would hold values as resources in web development.  (i.e. place a value in the resx file)  then access those values by resources.globalresources.name.expression.

How is this achieved in WPF such that I do not have to look through 10,000 lines of code and can reference one place where the plaintext values are stored?

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You should be able to still use resx files.  Here is how to set it up.
http://toadcode.blogspot.com/2008/04/wpf-localization-resx-option.html
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This is a perfect solution to using resource files!
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