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Trigger an Event within an Event Handler

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Hello

I would like to trigger an event from within my code. I have a MouseUp
event handler and I need to call a paint event handler from within the
former, to update the form of my application. Is that possible?

Thanks in advance,
Frankkie

Nov 8 '06 #1
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fr*******@gmail.com wrote in news:1162998549.640055.112500
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I would like to trigger an event from within my code. I have a MouseUp
event handler and I need to call a paint event handler from within the
former, to update the form of my application. Is that possible?
You can call a Form.Refresh to repaint the form.
Nov 8 '06 #2

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thanks for the solution!
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fr*******@gmail.com wrote in news:1162998549.640055.112500
@h48g2000cwc.googlegroups.com:
I would like to trigger an event from within my code. I have a MouseUp
event handler and I need to call a paint event handler from within the
former, to update the form of my application. Is that possible?

You can call a Form.Refresh to repaint the form.
Nov 9 '06 #3

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