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What's the difference between EOutOfMemory.CreateRes(@s) and EOutOfMemory.Create(s)

Posted on 2002-06-21
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If I define s as:

resourcestring
  s = 'hello, world!';

then both EOutOfMemory.CreateRes(@s) and EOutOfMemory.Create(s) are valid.

Then, can anyone tell me what's the difference between the two and which one is better.
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The right one is:

  raise EOutOfMemory.Create(s);

CreateRes used with resource string such as:

resourcestring s = 'hello, world!';
begin
  raise EOutOfMemory.CreateRes(@s);

Motaz
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