Working with text

Hello everybody,
I am working with two richedit and what I need to do is:

The first richedit there is a scrambled phrase like:  "Someone in working that a company big man with was morning yesterday"

The correct order is: "Someone was working in that big company with a man yesterday morning"

A phrase will appear to be assembled on the correct order in the second richedit, the first richedit will get the scrambled word, after a click, the selected word will be cast in the second richedit in order. step by step until it be finished, each clicked work from richedit 1 must disappear and appear in the second richedit.

If I click someone, so "someone" goes to richedit2 and if I click "was" goes too, assembling the correct order:

someone was ... so on

PS: I am working with Rxrichedit that has the event on DblClick

How could I do something like that?

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well, not perfect yet,
but do you mean something like this?

unit re_swap_words_u;


  Windows, Messages, SysUtils, Classes, Graphics, Controls, Forms, Dialogs,
  StdCtrls, RxRichEd;

  TForm1 = class(TForm)
    RxRichEdit1: TRxRichEdit;
    RxRichEdit2: TRxRichEdit;
    procedure RxRichEdit1DblClick(Sender: TObject);
    { Private declarations }
    { Public declarations }

  Form1: TForm1;

uses richedit; //Richedit-Unit is used

{$R *.DFM}

procedure TForm1.RxRichEdit1DblClick(Sender: TObject);
  cPos : LongInt;  //PosFromChar
  WStart, WLen : Integer;
  OldSelLen,       //Remember Current
  OldSelStart : Integer;
  P : TPoint;
  CR : TCharRange;
  //get MouseCoords
  //Transform into relativ to Control
  P := RxRichEdit1.ScreenToClient(P);
  cPos := LoWord(RxRichEdit1.Perform(EM_CHARFROMPOS,0,DWord(@P)));  //Get the CharIndex
  WStart := RxRichEdit1.Perform(EM_FINDWORDBREAK,WB_Left,CPos);     //Get Left WordBreak
  WLen := RxRichEdit1.Perform(EM_FINDWORDBREAK,WB_Right,CPos) - WStart -1;  //Get Length of Word
  RxRichedit1.Perform(EM_HIDESELECTION,1,0);  //disable Showing of selection
  OldSelStart := RxRichedit1.SelStart;        //Select the Word
  OldSelLen := RxRichedit1.SelLength;
  RxRichedit1.SelStart := WStart;
  RxRichEdit1.SelLength := WLen;
  //Prepare Target
  RxRichedit2.Selstart := length(RxRichEdit2.Text);
  RxRichedit2.SelLength := 0;
  RxRichedit2.SelText := ' '+RxRichedit1.SelText;  //add the text
  RxRichedit1.SelText := '';  //Remove the Text
  RxRichEdit1.SelStart := OldSelStart;      //Back to Current
  RxRichedit1.SelLength := OldSelLen;


meikl ;-)

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hidrauAuthor Commented:
Hello kretzschmar
Thanks for you help,
I made something too and I would like you to take a look in my last post after this.
I am going to close this giving the points to you.

Only the words must go to the second ritchedit, without any return carrier chr(10) or chr(13)

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