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  1. #1
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    Sep 2009

    Unhappy How to set an event handler for a lower class radiobutton ?

    I create a user control group sub-class. There are two radiobuttons. I need to create event handlers for them.I create event handlers in the sub class and let the event handler to change a constant in the subclass. I will use a function to check the sub class constant in the upper class. Note I have commented out two lines (they are the event handler creation) because they are wrong because they create errors please help.

    I uploaded the sub-class code. PLease help
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  2. #2
    GCDEF is offline Elite Member Power Poster
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    Nov 2003

    Re: How to set an event handler for a lower class radiobutton ?

    You need to mosey on down to one of the .Net forums. The managed C++ folks should be able to help you out.

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    Jun 2010

    Re: How to set an event handler for a lower class radiobutton ?

    Without actually having looked at your code (admittedly), I trust GCDEF's judgement that you posted this in the wrong section. So here's something to read until this thread gets moved to the right forum section by some moderator or you start your own new one over there. Your post sounds like that may give you some inspiration.
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