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designing the execute method in a dialog

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I want to design a dialog component that with an execute method like in Delphi own dialog. When I call :
if dialog.execute then
...

I want to program to wait in the dialog until the user press the ok button. How can I do that??
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Ok, I have deleted the ok botton. My dialog is a form with no border containing a DBGrid. The user can press ESC to quit, the arrow to browse a record, and enter to select it and quit.

How can I do the same thing than with the button but without having a button on my form.

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You can set ModalResult anywhere in your code, it doesn't have to be bound to a button.

e.g.

  if Count > 0 then ModalResult = true;

This will have the same effect as tying the result to a button press. This is really much more simple than you thought isn't it ?
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