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Move AnsiString to a char field in Borland C++

Posted on 2001-08-23
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Hi all,

I want to move a value from a Edit control on a form to a character field. How do I do this.

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by:MichaelS
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GetWindowText API could help
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by:AlexVirochovsky
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You need use c_str function. Example:
void __fastcall TForm1::Edit1Change(TObject *Sender)
{
  AnsiString t = Edit1->Text;//Edit1-> TEdit control
  char *s = t.c_str();
  ....
}
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I hope, you use c_str function.Alex
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AlexVirochovsky, if you read guidlines for experts who propose answers probably you will notice than answer souldn't have words "if" and "I guess" and ....

You are not the first year here :)
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