Event Button in Visual studio net VB.net 
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 Event Button in Visual studio net VB.net

i have not the "event" button in the properties windows ????
someone can say why
thanks ...


Mon, 07 Jun 2004 02:49:50 GMT  
 Event Button in Visual studio net VB.net
It is not currently supported in VB.NET. . .

However, the drop down boxes at the top of the code window should be all you
need. . .

--
Jacob Grass
Microsoft .NET MVP


Quote:
> i have not the "event" button in the properties windows ????
> someone can say why
> thanks ...



Mon, 07 Jun 2004 04:27:30 GMT  
 Event Button in Visual studio net VB.net
Hi Jacob,

well one thing the Events tab in the properties window gives you that the code
editor combos don't is the ability to select multiple controls and designate one
event handler for a common event. If VB.NET had that, it would be a good
replacement for design time control arrays.



Quote:
> It is not currently supported in VB.NET. . .

> However, the drop down boxes at the top of the code window should be all you
> need. . .

> --
> Jacob Grass
> Microsoft .NET MVP



> > i have not the "event" button in the properties windows ????
> > someone can say why
> > thanks ...



Mon, 07 Jun 2004 13:27:03 GMT  
 Event Button in Visual studio net VB.net
You can have one handler handle multiple events by adding "Handles
button.Click, button2.Click, button1.Enter" to the end of your event
procedure.  Intellisense is even avaliable to provide you with all of the
controls and events that are avaliable for you to handle.

You will notice that on all of the events that are created by VS.NET that
the "Handles" is present to associate it initally with an event.

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You assume all risk for your use.

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Zach Kramer
Microsoft PSS



Mon, 07 Jun 2004 22:58:15 GMT  
 
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