Long strings in Delphi 1

Posted on 1997-07-17
Last Modified: 2010-04-06
Hi all,
I need to know how to build a custom string class (step by step please) for handling with long strings (64K long).
I would appreciate very much any help.

Thanks a lot
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I have written an object that acts just like a TStringList except that it uses PChars for storage.  I call it TPCharList.  You can also access the elements as strings.  Sounds like it is what you are looking for.  Give me your E-mail and I'll send it.  

Ian C.

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PS.  Yes, the strings are up to 64K.

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Thanks a lot !!

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