Move contents from a pointer to another

Posted on 1999-07-05
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Last Modified: 2010-04-06
How do I move all pointers from one TList to another?
I have a Tlist full of objects, and now I want to destroy that Tlist, after I saved the information in another (eg TList2). How do I do that?

The following code also frees Tlist2, which isn’t desirable…

TList2 := Tlist1

Question by:volavy
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kretzschmar earned 90 total points
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hi volavy,

seemed so, that there is no other way than
for i := 0 to list1.count - 1 do list2.add(list1[i]);

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ID: 1386164
Well, I didn't try, but can't you use this:



Regards, Madshi.
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ID: 1386165
hi madshi,

tlist has no assign-method.
this was the first i've searched for.

meikl ;-)

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ID: 1386166
It is strange that there isn’t another solution. But it will do :)



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