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how can u save a Tlabel and a timage at the same file using savetofile method and can load the same file with the timageand tlabel and its original properties like the font color, the font style etc. can anybody give a sample code for this problem.
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Youy need to use streams for this. You have to do someting like this:

var
  s : TFileStream;
begin
  s := TFileStream.Create ('thefile', fmCreate);
  try
    s.WriteComponent (Label1);
    s.WriteComponent (Image1);
  finally
    s.Free;
  end;
end;

for read the components simply do:

var
  s : TFileStream;
begin
  s := TFileStream.Create ('thefile', fmOpenRead);
  try
    s.ReadComponent (Label1);
    s.ReadComponent (Image1);
  finally
    s.Free;
  end;
end;

the code above will work if the Label1 and Image1 are created, if not the you should assignt the value of ReadComponent to it and pass a nil parameter to readcomponent, something like this:

Label1 := s.ReadComponent (nil);

that line created in component, as contrary to

s.ReadComponent (Label1)

that load the contents of the label stored in the stream in the label already create.

Is important to make you note that in order to make this work you have to register the clases TLabel and TImage first. This ciuld be dont in the OnCreate event handler of your main form, or in the initialization part of some unit.

The code to register the classes is:

RegisterClass (TLabel);
REgisterclass (TImage);

If you have some problem with the registerclass method could be because you have the Windows unit declared after than the Classes unit. In such case write:

Classes.RegisterClass (TLabel);
Classes.Registerclass (TImage);

That should work.

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by:SABOG7
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you got an extreme answear. its very simple and accurate. were did you learn how to do that master EXREME. UR THE BEST .....thank you very very much.. from now on u r my IDOL....

from asher of the philippines......
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Thanks for your praises, :). I'm from Argentina, and I learned most I know simply programming, as you can do. Anyway I readed some book to increase my skills in some matters non well documented.

Salutes from here!!
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