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Which one is the correct answer for below mentioned question ?

What is the correct sequence of events when a form is unloaded ?

1)Query unload,Unload,Terminate
2)Unload,Terminate
3)Unload,QueryUnload,Terminate
4)Unload,LostFocus

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bhavesh
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by:Ruchi
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I thought it would be QueryUnload and Unload only because I have studied for MCSD.
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by:mcrider
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Is is a:

1) Homework Assignment
2) Open Book/Net Test Question
3) Homework Extra Credit


The answer to your question is "1"

The first thing that happens is the QueryUnload event fires.  You can cancel the unload by setting the Cancel Variable in that event to true.

The next event that fires is the Unload event.

The next event that fires is the Terminate event.

By the way, an easy question is worth 50 points...



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by:Ruchi
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Yes, it's 1.
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Thanks to both of you.

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bhavesh
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Please grade.... (A ;)


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Thanks!
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by:wsh2
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WRONG !!!!

Form Unload Sequence.. Press..

1. Alt
2. Ctrl
3. Delete
4. Repeat
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oh wsh2... U so crazy! <G>
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