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Chintoo Semi

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Posted on    August-14-2014 4:59 AM

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I have a simple TextBox called MsgBox1 and I have changed the trigger from LostFocus to ProperyChanged.

When I modify the text (i.e. MsgBox1.Text = "Some Text") execution branches to the event handler.

So far, so good.

Now, what do I put in the empty event handler to tell it to actually update MsgBox1.Text?

Hours of searching yields less than helpful results like:

    {

     // Do Something

    }



Pravesh Singh

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Posted on    August-14-2014 5:22 AM

Hi Chintoo, 

The event fires when the textChange event occurs.

you can test this by using the following code :

private void textBox1_TextChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)

{

    var currentTextValue = this.textBox1.Text;

    var currentTextValueFromObject = (sender as TextBox).Text;

}

both vars yield the same result. One grabs the object from the event handler while the other grabs it directly from the form.


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