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Builder 3 - Getting data input from user, Tedit

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I am using Builder and have a problem getting data from the VCL, I want to do something like this, strcpy(name,Edit1->Text); this does not work but this does Edit2->Text = Edit1->Text; I need to initialise variable using the Tedit or other BCB3 component. In C++ I would have used cin>> or scanf();. I have tried searching for sample Code but have foound all the Sample Code Available mouse click driven with no real data comming  from the operator.
Can any one help me,

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I assume that name is declared as
  char name[...];
In other words, name is type char *.

strcpy (name,Edit1->Text)
fails because Edit1->Text is type AnsiString, not char *.

You can do this by writing

strcpy (name, (Edit1->Text).c_str());

    ++PLS

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