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Posted 31 May 2011

Parameters Flexibility When Late Binding to an Event

, 20 Jun 2011
.NET allows binding to an event with a method that has a different signature than that of the published delegate, as long as the return type and the parameter types are derived from those in the published delegate. This article offers a mechanism for allowing this flexibility when late binding to an



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Starting with Apple IIe BASICA, and working my way through Pascal, Power Builder, Visual basic (and the light office VBA) C, C++, I am now a full stack developer and development manager. Mostly with MS technologies on the server side and javascript(typescript) frameworks on the client side.

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