Actual linenumber in RichEdit.

How do I find out in which linenumber my cursor is placed in a TRichEdit?

I need it, because I need to insert some text with the

Richedit1.lines.insert(<here>,'MyString');

If you have better idéas for inserting text from the cursor, that will be an answer too.

Thanks.
Retep
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kretzschmarCommented:
hi retep,

there are a api function, which can be used

or use richedit1.seltext := YournewText + #10;

meikl
TheNeilCommented:
Use the CaretPos property of the RichEdit component. In your case your call to Insert needs to be

RichEdit1.Lines.Insert(RichEdit1.CaretPos.Y, 'MyString');

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simonetCommented:
Here it is:

function GetRow: Longint;
begin
  with reEdit do
    Result := Perform(EM_LINEFROMCHAR, -1, 0)+1;
end;


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kretzschmarCommented:
hi again,

the other solution

  Richedit1.Lines.Insert(Richedit1.Perform(EM_LINEFROMCHAR,Richedit1.Selstart,0),'Thats the New Line');

be sure that the richedit-unit is in your uses clause

meikl
retepAuthor Commented:
I have choosen to use TheNeil's answer...

Thanks to all of you :)
TheNeilCommented:
Thanks Retep - Sorry everyone else

The Neil =:)
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