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I have a HeaderFile MyProject_Datas.h
//MyProject_Datas.h 
public ref class MyUsefulDatas 
{ 
	blah...blah...blah... 
	public: static System::Void Item_Name( System::Object^ Sender, System::Windows::Forms::KeyEventArgs^ e) { 
	blah...blah...blah... 
	} 
	public: static System::Void Party_Name( System::Object^ Sender, System::Windows::Forms::KeyEventArgs^ e) { 
	blah...blah...blah... 
	} 
}; 

And now from my Form2 - textBox2 I would like to declare

textBox2->KeyDown += gcnew KeyEventHandler(MyUsefulDatas, &MyUsefulDatas::Party_Name); ???????? 

Iam not getting the above line........

Also I would like to learn same statement, how to use in "delegate" statement like the below.....????

textBox2->KeyDown += delegate { .....???????? }

Thanks...

Edited by Ash (16/04/2012): Changed tags as it looks like the code is not written in standard C++ but one of MS's extensions
Posted 15-Apr-12 21:20pm
Updated 15-Apr-12 23:36pm
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Solution 1

After spending my whole day I found the crazier worth of the word, what is "static" ...

Also after removeing the word "static" from the above declaration it works well..
Let it be useful to the searchers....

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Nelek 16-Apr-12 17:44pm
   
Thanks for telling your own solution

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