I simply need to send the Tag of top-level parent and the Tag of control itself to my converter class. I can print with printf as a hex or octal number.
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You could add a custom %b conversion for your own use, if it simplifies the application code to have it available.
The ConverterParameter property can not be bound because it is not a dependency property.
Similar techniques are useful in the embedded world, for example, to invert a byte: 6 I'm mostly referring to embedded applications where optimizers are not so aggressive and the speed difference is visible.
You could use a with a instead of a normal Binding: No, unfortunately this will not be possible because ConverterParameter is not a DependencyProperty so you won't be able to use bindings
Is there a format tag to print as binary, or arbitrary base?
It is possible to add custom conversion types to the printf() family of functions in glibc.
Since Binding is not derived from DependencyObject none of its properties can be dependency properties.
As a consequence, a Binding can never be the target object of another Binding.