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Simulating an event

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I'm using a third party tree view control on my web app. I have built a
web control that is used throughout the application.

When a user clicks on a node in the tree, the nodes click event is
fired. This calls a public event that the consuming page can use as
it's up to that page to do what it wants at that time.

I'm trying to add a new feature in the control that will fire the click
event automatically given a certain scenario. The consuming page
requires the event to be fired as the signature is something like
event(object sender, TreeNodeEventArgs e)

I need to simulate this event but don't know how to create the
"TreeNodeEventArgs" event. The consuming page is depending on the
EventArgs class to be passed in.

Can someone tell me how to do this?
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