TSDIAppForm ?

Hi experts,

   could anyone please tell me how to start a TSDIAppForm from the C++ Builder IDE ?
thanks !
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TSDIAppForm is not a standard C++ Builder component (At least not in version 5 anyway).  I am guessing you are looking at an example where an new Application project has been created and the Name property of the main form has been set to TSDIAppForm.

You may need to post some more information if this is not the case.
meow00Author Commented:
Thanks, the following is SDIMain.cpp and I am in C++ Builder 6
I would like to create a TSDIAppForm as well ... could anyone please give me a hint about where to start it in C++Builder 6 IDE ??? thanks !

#include <vcl.h>
#pragma hdrstop

#include "SDIMain.h"
#include "About.h"
#pragma resource "*.dfm"
TSDIAppForm *SDIAppForm;
__fastcall TSDIAppForm::TSDIAppForm(TComponent *AOwner)
      : TForm(AOwner)
void __fastcall TSDIAppForm::ShowHint(TObject *Sender)
      StatusBar->SimpleText = Application->Hint;
void __fastcall TSDIAppForm::ExitItemClick(TObject *Sender)

If you have already started a new Application in C++ Builder (which I think you have from your other questions), in the IDE all you need to do is to view the form (from the code window, just press the F12 key), view the properties list (press the F11 key), and select the form name from the combo box at the top of the Object Inspector window.  The form name will be displayed in the title bar of the form (probably TForm1 by default).

You can then select the Name property in the list of display properties and change it to SDIAppForm.


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