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#ActualNypyren

Posted 27 November 2012 - 09:59 PM

Parameterless events:

public event Action Click; // add this as a member of the button class

protected virtual void OnClick() // Add this function as a member of the button class
{
    if (Click != null)
        Click(); // This causes all of the attached delegates to be called.
}


// elsewhere, you hook the event using any of the following forms:

// Lambda expression form
button.Click += () => Trace.WriteLine("button clicked!");

// Lambda statement form
button.Click += () =>
{
   // Inline code here
};

// Anonymous method form
button.Click += delegate
{
   // Inline code here
};


// Standard form
button.Click += FunctionName; // Note:  Visual studio will auto-complete this for you if you press TAB twice after typing the +=

and:

void FunctionName()
{
    // Stuff here.
}

Events with parameters:

public event Action<MouseButton> Click; // add this as a member of the button class

protected virtual void OnClick(MouseButton mb) // Add this function as a member of the button class
{
    if (Click != null)
        Click(mb); // This causes all of the attached delegates to be called.
}


// elsewhere, you hook the event using any of the following forms:

// Lambda expression form
button.Click += (mb) => Trace.WriteLine("button clicked: " + mb);

// Lambda statement form
button.Click += (mb) =>
{
   // Inline code here
   Trace.WriteLine("A button was clicked.");
   Trace.WriteLine("It was: "+mb);
};

// Anonymous method form when you don't need the parameter list
button.Click += delegate
{
   // Inline code here
};


// Standard form
button.Click += FunctionName; // Note:  Visual studio will auto-complete this for you if you press TAB twice after typing the +=

and:

void FunctionName(MouseButton mb)
{
    // Stuff here.
}



#2Nypyren

Posted 27 November 2012 - 09:57 PM

Parameterless events:

public event Action Click; // add this as a member of the button class


// elsewhere, you hook the event using any of the following forms:

// Lambda expression form
button.Click += () => Trace.WriteLine("button clicked!");

// Lambda statement form
button.Click += () =>
{
   // Inline code here
};

// Anonymous method form
button.Click += delegate
{
   // Inline code here
};


// Standard form
button.Click += FunctionName; // Note:  Visual studio will auto-complete this for you if you press TAB twice after typing the +=

and:

void FunctionName()
{
    // Stuff here.
}

Events with parameters:

public event Action<MouseButton> Click; // add this as a member of the button class


// elsewhere, you hook the event using any of the following forms:

// Lambda expression form
button.Click += (mb) => Trace.WriteLine("button clicked: " + mb);

// Lambda statement form
button.Click += (mb) =>
{
   // Inline code here
   Trace.WriteLine("A button was clicked.");
   Trace.WriteLine("It was: "+mb);
};

// Anonymous method form when you don't need the parameter list
button.Click += delegate
{
   // Inline code here
};


// Standard form
button.Click += FunctionName; // Note:  Visual studio will auto-complete this for you if you press TAB twice after typing the +=

and:

void FunctionName(MouseButton mb)
{
    // Stuff here.
}

#1Nypyren

Posted 27 November 2012 - 09:53 PM


public event Action Click; // add this as a member of the button class





// elsewhere, you hook the event using any of the following forms:



// Lambda expression form

button.Click += () => Trace.WriteLine("button clicked!");



// Lambda statement form

button.Click += () =>

{

   // Inline code here

};



// Anonymous method form

button.Click += delegate

{

   // Inline code here

};





// Standard form

button.Click += FunctionName; // Note:  Visual studio will auto-complete this for you if you press TAB twice after typing the +=



and:



void FunctionName()

{

    // Stuff here.

}


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