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This is posted to award you points for your help on the following question:

Delphi Programming Question
   Title: "How to perform a Search with a TMemo?"
   From: elbaid
   URL:  10085824
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by:JPiispa
ID: 1342588
You get search result by using
 (from TTable name Product, Field txt)
if Pos(SeachKeyString,DataModule.ProductDBTxt.AsString) > 0 then
 Begin
  // Found it from Pos.
 end


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by:linda101698
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JPiispa,
This question was posted for inter to give him points for a question that he provided information on.  It was not appropriate that you post an answer.  You should not post an answer to any question unless the answer is providing a solution to the problem.  Any other posts such as requests for information should be posted as comments.

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inter earned 100 total points
ID: 1342590
Hi all,
and thank you. My connection is still down so I can not actively participate nowadays.
regards, igor
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by:beauty092496
ID: 1342591
Hope you get your connection again soon :-)
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by:beauty092496
ID: 1342592
Hope you get your connection again soon :-)
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