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Way to know which control have raised PostBack.

This is the short code snippets with understanding to make you know about what is PostBack in ASP.NET and further how you can know about the Control who raised the PostBack by using inbuilt asp.net functionality and by manually.
2010-12-08 07:52:00   Source: Way to know which control have raised PostBack.   Tags: Components

Tracing Events Raised by Any C# Object

.NET Reflection turned out to be a very easy way to get access to the definition of the class I was interested in—or any other class for that matter. It is a simple process to get all the events that a class declares, and then to attach handlers to any or all of the events.

This article presents the simple-but-general event hooking/tracing class I built, which is provided (with a demo) as a download.

2008-07-06 22:56:00   Source: Tracing Events Raised by Any C# Object   Tags: C#

Get A Raise: Discover a Series of Fortunate Event Handlers in Visual Basic

You may use them every day, but how much do you really know about events? What's going on when you add an event handler to a class? In this article, Ken Getz demonstrates various ways to interact with events and event handlers, and shows how they can solve common problems. Along with the article, you can download two sample applications (one for Visual Basic .NET 2002 and 2003 and one for Visual Basic 2005) and follow along.
2005-05-10 03:00:00   Source: Get A Raise: Discover a Series of Fortunate Event...   Tags: VB.NET Examples
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