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C# Windows MDI Parent Form

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657 Jul 22,2002 03:58 AM UTC Jul 22,2002 04:54 AM UTC WinForms 1
Tags: FAQ
Asked On July 22, 2002 03:58 AM UTC

There are 5 child forms in an MDI Parent Form.When I close the MDI Parent Form it fires first close event of child form.Actually i have written some code on Child Close form. I donot want to fire child close event when i close theMDI Parent Form. Is there any way so that when i close MDI Parent form it checks whether this close is clicked by MDI parent form or by Child Form close click. Thanks

Clay Burch [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 22, 2002 04:54 AM UTC

In the Parent Form, you can catch a click on the parent Form's System Menu Close box using the FAQ referenced below. The idea is to override WndProc, and look for a SYSCOMMAND call to SC_CLOSE. If you don't want the close to go through, just return without calling the baseclass. ==================== How can I tell if a form is closed from the controlbox (system menu) or from a call to Form.Close? Check it out at: http://www.syncfusion.com/faq/winforms/search/862.asp


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