Why do I see two messages when I press the button on a Push-Button Sensor?

Why do I see two messages when I press the button on a Push-Button Sensor?

The Push Button Sensors send event messages for both the button press and button release actions.
It is possible to configure the sensor so that either press or release messages (or both) are disabled.

For more information on Push Button Sensors messaging and configuration, refer to documentation:

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