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How to detect object type in OnSelectionChanged Event

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79094 Jan 20,2009 11:57 AM Jan 22,2009 10:15 AM Windows Forms 2
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Glenn Miller
Asked On January 20, 2009 11:57 AM

In VB.net, how do I determine what Type of object is changing, and is this generalized to nodes or connectors?

A snippet in VB would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Glenn


Ajeet M [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 22, 2009 08:45 AM

Hi Glenn,

The code snippet is as below:

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AddHandler diagram1.EventSink.NodeSelected, AddressOf EventSink_NodeSelected

Private Sub EventSink_NodeSelected(ByVal evtArgs As NodeSelectedEventArgs)
Console.WriteLine(evtArgs.Node.GetType().ToString())
End Sub

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The "Type" for an object can be accessed using the "GetType()" method.

Let me know if this helps.

Happy Coding!
-Ajeet



Glenn Miller
Replied On January 22, 2009 10:15 AM

Many Thanks Ajeet.

Just what I needed to know.

Glenn

>Hi Glenn,

The code snippet is as below:

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AddHandler diagram1.EventSink.NodeSelected, AddressOf EventSink_NodeSelected

Private Sub EventSink_NodeSelected(ByVal evtArgs As NodeSelectedEventArgs)
Console.WriteLine(evtArgs.Node.GetType().ToString())
End Sub

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The "Type" for an object can be accessed using the "GetType()" method.

Let me know if this helps.

Happy Coding!
-Ajeet





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