Returns a copy of the event.
Returns a generic category for this event.
Returns the object (usually a window) associated with the event, if any.
Returns the identifier of the given event type, such as wxEVT_COMMAND_BUTTON_CLICKED.
Returns the identifier associated with this event, such as a button command id.
Returns true if the event handler should be skipped, false otherwise.
Gets the timestamp for the event.
Returns true if the event is or is derived from wxCommandEvent else it returns false.
Sets the propagation level to the given value (for example returned from an earlier call to wxEvent::StopPropagation).
Sets the originating object.
Sets the event type.
Sets the identifier associated with this event, such as a button command id.
Sets the timestamp for the event.
Test if this event should be propagated or not, i.e.
This method can be used inside an event handler to control whether further event handlers bound to this event will be called after the current one returns.
Stop the event from propagating to its parent window.