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Posted on 2003-10-22
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AddHandler btnDivide.Click, AddressOf Me.btnDivide_Click

but vb.net says     "btnDivide_Click" is not a member of this form

why?   I'm sure ,I put this button in that form.
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Question by:gegou
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by:eliaslopezgtz
ID: 9601304
you dont have to specify addhandler just do...
public sub btndivid.click handles me.btndivide_click
that's the way to do this in vb .net
with the keyword handles
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by:Arthur_Wood
ID: 9601683
you may have a BUTTON named btnDivide, but do you in fact have a SUB declared as Private Sub btnDivied_Click(byVal sender as Object, byVal e as System.EventArgs) ?  That is necessary for the

AddressOf Me.btnDivide_Click

part of the AddHandler line to work properly.

but eliaslopezgtz is correct, it is USUALLY not necessay to manually add Event Handlers.

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Desp earned 125 total points
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try to replace the line:

AddHandler btnDivide.Click, AddressOf Me.btnDivide_Click
with
AddHandler btnDivide.Click, New EventHandler(AddressOf btnDivide_Click)

i think you have put that button correctly on your form..
but accidently you have deleted the subroutine that handles  its "Click" Event
in short have "btnDivide" on your form. But you dont have "btnDivide_Click" in your code
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by:planocz
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