I have D4 and win2000NT. I want to store data (strings) in a memo. The strings are less 100
letters long and always starting from the left. Some programmers put a limit on the number of
strings displayed this way before doing a delete to provide for new incoming strings.
as in (snip)
while Memo1.Lines.Count > 500 do
But in my case I need all of the strings that were sent from top to bottom once the delivery
is completed and it could be substanilly more than 500.
Any suggestions for an efficient way to accomplish this? The number to lines can be greater
than the number shown above in the snip.
So, what can I suggest you? Replace the TMemo component with a TRichEdit as Mike said above. To make the change easy to implement, delete the Memo, place TRichEdit and name it as your memo name was (Memo1
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