vom: 06.12.2011 von: Philadelphia Visual FoxPro User Group
Philadelphia VFP User Group meets December 13  
At first glance, the BindEvent() function may seem unnecessary. After all, why bind to an event when you can just write code in the event's method? Tamar Granor will look at why BindEvent() and its cousins, the Access and Assign methods, are so valuable. Using examples drawn from real applications, we'll see how event binding lets you do things you couldn't otherwise do, and simplifies code for other tasks. We'll also talk about the difficulties involved in debugging code that uses event binding.

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