In VB.Net the AddHandler statement
The AddHandler statement is used to associate an event handler with an event at run time.
The AddHandler statement has the following syntax:
AddHandler object.Event, New EventHandler(AddressOf eventhandler)
The first argument is the object and the name of the event (for example a control).
The second argument is an expression that evaluates to an EventHandler delegate.
You must create an instance of the class first.
Dim objButton As System.Windows.Forms.Button
objButton = New System.Windows.Forms.Button
AddHandler objButton.Click, New EventHandler(AddressOf MyButtonClick)
Public Sub MyButtonClick( _
ByVal sender As Object, _
ByVal s As System.EventArgs) _
VB.NET lets you dynamically associate event handlers by creating a delegate for you when you call the Addhandler statement.
If you want to handle shared events or events from a class you must use AddHandler.
AddHandler Button1_Click, AddressOf myEventHandler
Private Sub myEventHandler()
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