Message dialog sample
Shows how to use a MessageDialog for displaying dialogs, setting commands and the actions they will perform, and changing the default button.
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The Windows.UI.Popups namespace contains the MessageDialog class. You can use this class to present an urgent message that the user must acknowledge before continuing, or to present an urgent question that the user must answer.
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Client: Windows 10
Server: Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview
Phone: Windows 10
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