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Please explain in the windows form handles when raises and for what we use them
for example me.load handles raise when win form preparing to show
please explain other handles for example say what is different between me.Shown and me.load handles
Posted 15-May-10 17:48pm
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Solution 1

The 'Handles' you refer to are actually events - the methods with the Handles appended are the methods that handle the events.
 
The Load event occurs when a form has finished loading. This means it has been created in memory. Until Show or ShowDialog is called (directly or indirectly) it will not be visible. The Shown event is raised when it is first actually shown.
 
For all classes that are in the framework, use MSDN and/or Object Viewer in VS to look up any events you are interested in.
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Solution 2

please link the page on MSDN Aboute the handler of windows form
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Solution 3

i found answer form Handles
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