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How do I call the click event of a buttonA using the click event of buttonB.
I am using Borland C++ Builder.
I have used buttonAClick(TObject *Sender)  in the click event of buttonB but it does not work.
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It should be just

buttonAClick(Sender);

where buttonAClick is the name of the event handler for button A.  If you are just calling one from the other then you can just set them to the same function in the event editor.  Just pick buttonAClick in the dropdown for OnClick for Button B.

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