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Hi,

in some of process
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ListCom_SelectedIndexChanged

How could I call a sub ListCom_SelectedIndexChanged without arg eventSender , eventArgs ?

Thank you!
Francis SZE
Private Sub ListCom_SelectedIndexChanged(ByVal eventSender As System.Object, ByVal eventArgs As System.EventArgs) Handles ListCom.SelectedIndexChanged
        rsCusObj.MoveFirst()
        rsCusObj.Move((ListCom.SelectedIndex))
        loadRecordSet()
    End Sub

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try:

call ListCom_SelectedIndexChanged(nothing,nothing)
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by:nepaluz
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Chane the value of ListCom

if it is a combobox, determine the index of the currently selected value and select another index in the list. That should fire off the selectedIndexChanged event
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hi
I want given with System.Object, ByVal eventArgs As System.EventArgs
it works on
Call ListCom_SelectedIndexChanged(ListCom, Nothing)
How about eventargs? I want a event "onclick"....

Could you help?

Thank you!
Francis SZE
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hi,
I want to passing onclick event to second parameter on ListCom_SelectedIndexChanged sub

Call ListCom_SelectedIndexChanged(ListCom, ??)

anybody could help?
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by:Mikkk
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Yo can do this way, but you can't pass an onclick event.

Dim e As New System.EventArgs()
Call ListCom_SelectedIndexChanged(ListCom, e)

Why do you need "e" to be a real argument?
Yo can pass nothing instead.

Can you explain what do you want to achieve?
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by:nepaluz
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if you can post more code to highlight what you are trying to achieve someone may point you in the right direction. As it stands, you are asking us to look for "something" that you can't find in the proverbial haystack!
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I want to know how to pass eventargs to sub ListCom_SelectedIndexChanged in the case what I need .
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You CAN NOT!
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by:Mikkk
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you can call it this way

Dim e As New System.EventArgs()
Call ListCom_SelectedIndexChanged(ListCom, e)

But you can't define "e" as a onclick event becuse events are generated by the system.

For the piece of code you pasted on the question, you don't need this event to be initialized, so if you pass "nothing" will work fine
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