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In C#, is there a simple way to check if any control on a page (textbox or dropdown) has been changed?

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In C#, is there a simple way to check if any control on a page (textbox or dropdown) has been changed? Instead of creating an event for each control? Thanks
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u can use the same event handler for all the required controls.
this.Ctrl1.Click += new System.EventHandler(this.OnChangeHandler);
this.Ctrl2.Click += new System.EventHandler(this.OnChangeHandler);

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the example show Click event but simple change it to the change event, the idea is to pass the same handler function to all the controls.
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