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Information About Using the Sender Object from a Control Change Event in SalesLogix

Question: In SalesLogix I'm trying to use the Sender object from a control change event, specifically to access the original value in the control after the change event is fired.  I can't find any information on the Sender members that are available.  Can you suggest reference guides that might provide me with more information?

Answer: Simply put, Sender is an object that has a reference to whatever caused the event to fire. As an example, if you add a button and wire up the Click event, the Sender will be a reference to the button. If you have a Memo control and wire up the Change event then the Sender will be the Memo control. The sender parameter allows you to wire up multiple controls to fire the same event handler and you get a reference to the specific control that fired the event using the Sender - it will be a reference to the control that fired it.

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