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I have loop that builds table rows, it also attaches events, this works fine
on all but the last row, where the event fires twice

I have autowireup set to false

any ideas?

For i = 0 To UBound(oCountri es.getCountries )

Dim tr As TableRow = New TableRow

Dim td As TableCell = New TableCell

btCountry = New Button

AddHandler btCountry.Click , AddressOf CountryButtClic k

btCountry.OnCli entClick = "waitForIt( )"

btCountry.Attri butes.Add("clas s", "dButtons")

btCountry.Comma ndArgument = oCountries.getC ountries(i).id

btCountry.BackC olor = Drawing.Color.T ransparent

btCountry.Borde rStyle = BorderStyle.Non e

btCountry.Text = oCountries.getC ountries(i).Nam e

td.Controls.Add (btCountry)

tr.Cells.Add(td )

countryTable.Ro ws.Add(tr)

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For i = 0 To UBound(oCountri es.getCountries )
For i = 0 To UBound(oCountri es.getCountries ) - 1

I'm actually quite surprised your code doesn't generate an "index out of
bounds" error...
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>For i = 0 To UBound(oCountri es.getCountries )

For i = 0 To UBound(oCountri es.getCountries ) - 1

I'm actually quite surprised your code doesn't generate an "index out of
bounds" error...
If I put a -1 I get one value short, its when you use the count property you
need to use -1, I always get them mixed up myself.

But I found my problem, I was attaching a event plus I had the "handles
btCountry.Click " on the event also.

Dec 29 '06 #3

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