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Posted 30 Nov 2005

Implementing an event which supports only a single event handler, in C#

, 30 Nov 2005
This article demonstrates how to implement an event, for which at a given point of time only one client can subscribe to. If multiple clients subscribe to the same event (of the same object), only the client subscribing last will get the event notification.

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Madhu Raykar
Web Developer
India India
I have been working in software industry for the past 5 years now. Enjoy working on complex and new technologies. Worked on Microsoft technologies Like VC++, COM, XML, SQL. Currently working on .Net, C#.

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