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How can I change (dynamic) the items in a RadioGroup? I want to do this in the program itselve.
Thanx very much.
Stefan van Roosmalen
roosiedb@worldaccess.nl
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by:itamar
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Hi Stefan

What do you mean by change the items ? Its caption, number of items, what ?

Give us more details, so we can help further.

Regards,
Itamar
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by:roosiedb
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When you have the next radiogroup:

choose options:
O  turn off computer
O  turn off monitor
O  turn off screensavers

and you want to change the "turn OFF screensaver" into "turn ON screensavers" how do you do that?
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Hi,

Assume we have a radio group named RG. To add the items in run time:
RG.Add('turn off computer');
RG.Add('turn off monitor');
RG.Add('turn OFF screensavers');
To change, say, the 3rd item in run time:
RG.items[2] := 'turn ON screensavers';

Regards,
Igor
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