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Delegates in Visual Basic 

A delegate is a form of object-oriented function pointer that allows a function to be invoked indirectly by way of a reference to the function. Delegates can be used to hook up event handlers and pass a procedure from one procedure to another.

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Delegates and the AddressOf Operator

Provides an introduction to delegates and how they are used.

How to: Invoke a Delegate Method

Creates a sort procedure in a class that uses the standard alphabetic sort on most list boxes, but is able to switch at run time to a custom sort procedure. To do this, you pass the custom sort procedure to the sort class at run time, using delegates.

How to: Pass Procedures to Another Procedure in Visual Basic

Demonstrates how to use delegates to pass one procedure to another procedure.

Related Sections

Events in Visual Basic

Overview of events in Visual Basic.

Handling and Raising Events

Provides an overview of the event model in the .NET Framework.

Creating Event Handlers in Windows Forms

Describes how to work with events associated with Windows Forms objects.

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