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Default "Sender As Object, E As EventArgs)

What does the bold part mean?
Sub Update(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)

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sender is the object that raised the event, e are the event arguments for the particular event.

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hi!!!

thar two words are completely describing about the calling env,and called env,

that is "sender As Object" means which control(Objectin the words of oops) has raised this event.

"e are the event arguments " Means what are the arguments that particular event has taken,those arguments are passed from the Object(Control) to the Event.

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Is this not what I have already stated?

 


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