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Passing the correct parameters to a controls click event vb.net 2003?

Posted on 2007-03-27
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Experts, I am trying to execute a controls click procedure from inside another procedure, but I am not sure what to pass as the system.eventargs

For example: what do I pass to the radio buttons click event below to fire it from another procedure?

'Here is the click event I am trying to call from a different sub procedure
 Private Sub Opt_Retail_Export_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Opt_Retail_Export.Click
'Do some code
End sub

'This is what i am trying to do

sub run_radio_clicks
opt_retail_export_click(opt_retail_export, opt_retail_export.performclick)
End Sub
     
   
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by:ZeonFlash
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To fire the click event, you only need to call the PerformClick method on the control....you don't need to call the event handler explicitly.

Sub run_radio_clicks()
      opt_retail_export.PerformClick()
End Sub
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by:tentavarious
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Ok, thats what I did, I was just curious what would I pass it?
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ZeonFlash earned 125 total points
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The parameters you pass to the function are really only there for your benefit since you're the one calling it.  You can actually send it Nothing as the parameters and it will work fine, as long as you're not depending on the values.  So this:

Button1_Click(Nothing, Nothing)

Is essentially this:

Button1.PerformClick()
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