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Is it possible to force an event to trigger in C#?

eg. I would like to trigger the Button2_click event every time the Button1_Click event is triggered.




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just call it as a sub
Button2_click(me,e)

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Or you can wire the Button1 click event to Button2_click in the same way Button2's click event is wired to Button2_click. You can have multiple events wired to multiple event handlers.
 


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