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Getting Cursor Pos in Memo

Posted on 1998-10-18
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Hello
After I filled the Memo with some Text, how to set the Cursor on the first Line and then how to get the current Line where the cursor actually is ?
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Use the SelStart and SelLength properties for set the cursor at a specific position. To determine which line the cursor is on you have to walk through the text property, counting new lines until to reach the position specified by SelStart (which is the position of the cursor).

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Raymond.
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