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Posted on 2002-07-05
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Form4:=TForm4.Create(Application);
Form4.ShowModal;
//
Form4.Free;

How can I write the code above in C++ Builder (v5.0)?

Thank you,
Totok
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TForm4 *Form4 = new TForm4(Application);
Form4->ShowModal();
delete Form4;

I hope I haven't made any mistake; my C++ is very rusty ;-)
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Hello TOndrej,

Thanks for the answer, but unfortunately there is an error.

I got a following error message : Undefined structure 'TForm4';

Totok
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Sure, you have to include the .h file where TForm4 is declared.
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