If you simply set the value of Text property in a TextBlock as "Example " (Note that there 3 whitespaces at the end of this string),what TextBlock shows in UI is just "Example".
And after searching for solutions on the Internet, I found that there is a way to solve this issue:
<Border BorderThickness="1" BorderBrush="#FFFF0202" HorizontalAlignment="Center" VerticalAlignment="Center"> <TextBlock x:Name="t1"> <Run Text="Example   "/> </TextBlock> </Border>
The above code shows the use of Inline Property of TextBlock and
in Run's Text displays the whitespace correctly.
However, im my case I need to set the Text property of TextBlock in Code-behind(or via DataBinding), the trick above doesn't work and it shows
Example    in UI.
I tried to set the value of Run's Text property by data binding, which I think can displays the escape character correctly, but Run's Text property is NOT a dependency property so I have no better way to solve this.
(However I think use padding property of TextBlock is also a trick to do this, and it should work. But there is any better way to do ?)