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I had write a big application which having two hundreds  form. It's not a good idea that instance them when application run. So,I save their name in a ListBox, but how to instance a form when it's name in listbox clicked?
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hi,
you will need to add the units to your uses section and call registerclass with the form class names .
below is rough example ,you may want to save the s and check if its already exists or not..

{note the listbox contains:
TForm2
TForm3
TForm4
        }

implementation

{$R *.DFM}
uses unit2,unit3,unit4;

procedure TForm1.ListBox1Click(Sender: TObject);
var
i : integer;
s : string;
f : TForm;
c : TPersistentClass;
begin
registerClasses([TForm2,TForm3,TForm4]);
i := listbox1.ItemIndex;
s := listbox1.Items.Strings[i];
c := GetClass(s);
if c <> nil then begin
//here you may want to use a stringlist etc to
//check if s is being used currently
//
f := TComponentClass(c).Create(self) as TForm;
f.Show;
end;
end;
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