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Where can i put EnterThreadModal event of application in my application ??

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Where can i put EnterThreadModal event of application in my application ??

please refer the below code
private void Application_EnterThreadModal(Object sender, EventArgs e) {

   MessageBox.Show("You are in the Application.EnterThreadModal event.");

}

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where i can put the above code ?? in program.cs file or in form code behind ??
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by:Paul Jackson
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Is this for an asp.net application or windows forms as that event is related to windows forms only.
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by:Parth48
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hi @jacko72: , it's windows form application ,but where i can put this event , in program.cs file or anywhere else ??
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It needs to go in program.cs
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