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Why we are using delegates in vb.net
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Read this article, this will help you to understand your query,
Delegates in VB.NET[^]
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A delegate is a reference type that represents a method with a specific signature and return type. You can encapsulate any matching method in that delegate. In addition, you can think of a delegate as a reference to a method.

Here are some links for more information on delegates
A Beginner's Guide to Delegates[^]
Delegates in .NET[^]
Events and Delegates[^]
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