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VB's DOEVENTS type function in Delphi?

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I was wondering if Delphi has a function similar to VB's DOEVENTS?  I know each control has update, but it just doesn't seem the same, not to mention I have to do it to each control.
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Application.ProcessMessages;

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Cool, thanks.
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