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How can i find the parent of a child node in a treeview in delphi 2?
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DidierD earned 100 total points
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Hi,

Put a TTreeView, a TButton and a TEdit on a form and add some items to the treeview. Add the code below to the button. Run it, select a node and press the button. The text of the parent node will appear in the editbox.

procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
var
  SelNode: TTreeNode;
  ParentNode: TTreeNode;
begin
  SelNode := TreeView1.Selected;
  ParentNode := SelNode.Parent;
  edit1.Text := ParentNode.Text;
end;

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I'm using Delphi 5, but i think it is the same for Delphi 2

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by:Xperl
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Thanks DidierD.  That code did the trick, ta.
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