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ok. simple, question. how, from a TForm1 procedure can i create a new form control (say for example create a new text box)?
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marcoszorrilla earned 40 total points
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Try this very simple example:

procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
var
txtbox:Tedit;
begin
        txtbox:=Tedit.Create(form1);
        txtbox.Name:='MyEdit';
        txtbox.Parent:=form1;
        txtbox.Top:=Form1.Height div 2;
        txtbox.Left:=Form1.Width div 2;
        txtbox.text:='My Edit';
        //txt.OnClick := MyEvent;
end;


Best Regards.
Marcos.
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by:tim_nash
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thanx. exactly what i wanted.
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