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    Sender as Object, E as EventArgs

    Hey there, basic question...does anyone know what

    " Sender as Object, E as EventArgs " does?

    I see that i use it in some subroutines (reading in a book here)....but what exactly is this statement saying, and why do i need it?

    Thanks!

    kasey

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    **anybody?**

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    *g*

    your patience really is impressive

    This is asp.Net, right ?

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    hehe...sorry... just reading this book right now...i looked online at a few places....and i dont really wanna progress in this book until i fully understand whats goin on w/ this.... sorry if i seem impatient I appreciate all your help!

    This is .net....you are correct....sorry i didnt specify...

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    SDK

    why don't you look into the SDK you will find at once what is this constructor .... ? If you have downloaded the full NET platform

    otherwise you may get it here

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    cool! ill look at this...

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    without the SDK it is difficult ;-)))

    after just look with keywords

    EventArgs (class), constructor
    Constructor

    .......


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