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DXEvent

DXEvent is used when you need to define methods that should be called on an event.

Similar to DXBinding and a standard Binding, DXEvent works with the DataContext object by default.

The Handler expression is specified with a special language that is described in the following topic: Language Specification.

You can pass any parameter to the calling methods.

To access the event sender and event arguments, use the @sender and @args reserved words.

The DXEvent extension supports the "=" operator.

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