How can I refer to a control within its event? (without using it's name)

Is there a way in .net to refer to a control generically (so that if the control name changes, etc.) you don't have a problem.

I.e., the object level version of the "me" keyword.

So, I'd like to use something generic instead of RadioButton1 in the example below.

Private Sub RadioButton1_CheckedChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object, _
       ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles RadioButton1.CheckedChanged

	    If RadioButton1.Checked Then 

End Sub


Lets see if I remember VB.NET:

Dim rb as RadioButton = sender
If rb.Checked Then...

Yes, the "sender" parameter is the control that triggered the event.

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