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geomeo123 wrote:
Do I put the above in my wpf form load event and make these public so that my modelview class can see them?
No. The ViewModel should not have any reference to the view.

The quick fix would be to move the serial port comms into the ViewModel.

A better option would probably be to move it to a separate "service" class consumed by the ViewModel, particularly if you want to introduce unit tests for your ViewModel classes.



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