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private void CmbProductsSku_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) – call this from another function C#

To call the CmbProductsSku_SelectedIndexChanged method from another function, you can simply create a new instance of EventArgs and call the method with the appropriate arguments. Here’s an example of how to do this:

private void AnotherFunction()
    // Perform any required operations before calling CmbProductsSku_SelectedIndexChanged.

    // Call the CmbProductsSku_SelectedIndexChanged method with the required arguments.
    CmbProductsSku_SelectedIndexChanged(CmbProductsSku, EventArgs.Empty);

private void CmbProductsSku_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
    // Your CmbProductsSku_SelectedIndexChanged implementation.

In this example, the AnotherFunction method calls CmbProductsSku_SelectedIndexChanged with the CmbProductsSku object as the sender and EventArgs.Empty as the event arguments. Make sure to replace CmbProductsSku with the actual name of the ComboBox control in your code.

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  • Sakthi Sri

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