In Windows XP there is somewhere a list of countries.
This list I would like to use in Delphi 7 Pro
I want it to be displayed in a combobox, and after selecting is the country-index (if there is an index) of the windows-list must be stored in my table. Also I don't know if the eventual index is fixed. Maybe when a new country is added all indexes change and I don't have the correct link in my database.
What would be a good way to use this country-list?
Should I store the list in my own table (to be certain about the index)?
Is there also a international code (for telephone) present?
There are a lot of assumptions from my part, so if you can help I would be very greatfull when you supply some working code.
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