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Is it possible to disable events for a control temporarily?

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I have a problem. I have 2 textbox controls each firring an event when the text is changed which changes the text in the other textbox. While I can make it work without getting into an infinite loop it causes a lot of problems. Is it possible to disable events for a control temporarily?
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You can use RemoveHandler to remove events.
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by:Suppai
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How exactly do I do that?
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Check this example
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/3xz97kac.aspx
You can addhandler to control and then remove it when necessary
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