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Posted on 2007-03-23
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Hello all,
Is there a way to tell what events are being handled at runtime when using delegates
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You will probably have to monitor the windows messages being passed around within your application. You can either use Spy++, which comes with Visual Studio, or you can try something like Winspector ( http://www.windows-spy.com/ ).

Alternately you may want to write a message to one of the windows event logs whenever one of your event handlers fires.

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  Kelvin
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