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Posted on 2006-11-06
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You want to accomplish the following with a Button Control:

1.) Add the Button
2.) Add the Event Handler
3.) Trigger the event

Which would be the correct segment of code to accomplish these tasks?
Button b = new Button(new EventHandler(onButtonAction));
b.clicked = True;
 
 
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  Button b = new Button(new EventHandler(onButtonAction));
b.clicked(1);
 
 
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  Button b = new Button();
b.ButtonClick += new ButtonEventHandler(onButtonAction);
b.clicked(1);
 
 
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  Button b = new Button();
b.ButtonClick += new ButtonEventHandler(onButtonAction);
b.clicked = True;
 
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Question by:mathieu_cupryk
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by:ozymandias
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None of the above.
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Raynard7 earned 250 total points
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Below would be the correct method to add a button handler

Button b = new Button();
b.ButtonClick += new ButtonEventHandler(onButtonAction);

To trigger the event you should just be able to call the routine you delegated to button above, rather than setting a property of the button itself.
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by:ozymandias
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Button does not have any contsructor that takes an argument, nor does it have any property, method or event called ButtonClick or clicked;
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by:ozymandias
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Ah, unless this is some fantasy Button control you have written yourself in which case it could be either of the last two options depending on how you had written the control.
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