.NET Framework 4.5.2+
.NET Framework 4.5.2+
.NET Standard 2.0+
.NET Core 3.0+

RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventHandler Delegate

Represents a method that will handle the UnhandledException event of the RichEditControl.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraRichEdit

Assembly: DevExpress.RichEdit.v19.2.Core.dll

Declaration

[ComVisible(true)]
public delegate void RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventHandler(
    object sender,
    RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventArgs e
);
<ComVisible(True)>
Public Delegate Sub RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventHandler(
    sender As Object,
    e As RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventArgs
)
[ComVisible(true)]
public delegate void RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventHandler(
    object sender,
    RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventArgs e
);
<ComVisible(True)>
Public Delegate Sub RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventHandler(
    sender As Object,
    e As RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventArgs
)
[ComVisible(true)]
public delegate void RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventHandler(
    object sender,
    RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventArgs e
);
<ComVisible(True)>
Public Delegate Sub RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventHandler(
    sender As Object,
    e As RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventArgs
)

Parameters

Name Type Description
sender Object

The event sender ( a RichEditControl).

e RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventArgs

A RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventArgs object which contains event data.

Parameters

Name Type Description
sender Object

The event sender ( a RichEditControl).

e RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventArgs

A RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventArgs object which contains event data.

Parameters

Name Type Description
sender Object

The event sender ( a RichEditControl).

e RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventArgs

A RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventArgs object which contains event data.

Remarks

When creating a RichEditUnhandledExceptionEventHandler delegate, you identify a method that will handle corresponding events. To associate an event with your event handler, add a delegate instance to the event. The event handler is called whenever the event occurs unless you remove the delegate. For more information on event handler delegates, see Events and Delegates in MSDN.

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