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Events In C#

 
Author: csharphelp.com
Category: C#
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By Sanju An event is defined in C# as 'a member that enables an object or class to provide notifications'. Now, let us see in detail what an event is and how notifications are provided in C#. In an application, the change in status (or certain properties) of an object may result in some actions to be performed. For e.g., consider a dialog box with some buttons in it. Pressing any of these buttons will have to perform an action, for e.g., starting a new process or closing the dialog....n

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