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TEdit self complete - quick answer needed!!

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I need an answer to this really quickly which is why the points are so high.  I could easily code this myself, but haven't got the time.  Does anyone know of a TEdit-like component that performs self-completing of entries with an array or stringlist?  I've looked in the usual places (Torry's, DSP, etc.) but couldn't find anything.

I really do need an answer quickly so this question will be deleted by the end of the day if it's not answered.

Thanks.
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Jaymol earned 500 total points
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Hi Moonie.

I've got one of them.  (I would have thought you'd try my components too... :-()

Anyway, my page has moved (today) to...

  http://www.geocities.com/jaymol

Good luck,

John.
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Thanks jaymol.  Just what I needed.

See u.
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