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Hello guys please help me in this.

I have a usercontrol I am using that in my home.xaml which is placed in listbox item template. It dynamically creates number of time as in my table.

My question is:

I need to create dynamically button click event where I can display a messagebox which contain data related to that particular button click

I came up a solution like:
public  usercontrol()
{
    InitializeComponent();
    testButton.Click +=(s,e) =>
        {
             if(buttonclick != null )
                 buttonclick(s,e);
        };
...

Can you please explain to me how and where in the event click we can write messagebox?

Thank you!
Posted
Updated 3-Dec-10 3:44am
v2

Why don't you just use a more maintainable mechanism. Lamda expressions are obfuscatory and aren't always a good idea.

...
testButton.Click += new EventArgs(button_Click);
...
<br />
private void buttonClick(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
  // do whatever you need to have done
}
   
Why don't you just use a more maintainable mechanism. Lamda expressions are obfuscatory and aren't always a good idea.

...
testButton.Click += new EventArgs(button_Click);
...
<br />
private void buttonClick(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
  // do whatever you need to have done
}
   
Comments
Gautham Gorla 3-Dec-10 11:38am
   
Thanks a lot John.. it worked for me....
hey guys I got the answer thanks for all the guys who ever was thinking of this question and here is the answer


public Usercontrol()
{
InitializeComponent();
ButtonExport.Click += new RoutedEventHandler(ButtonExport_Click);
}

void ButtonExport_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
{
MessageBox.Show(TextHeader.Text);
}
   

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