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This course will introduce you to Ruby, as well as teach you about classes, methods, variables, data structures, loops, enumerable methods, and finishing touches.
// in interface
Uses ..., Messages; // Need to add Messages unit
TShockwaveFlash = class(TOleControl)
FOnClick : TNotifyEvent; // HERE I ADDED THE EVENT PRIVATE MEMBER
// That is my simple button UP event message handler.
// I don't manage DOWN/UP evts for all mouse buttons, just Left UP = Click
procedure WMLButtonUp(var Message: TWMLButtonUp); message WM_LBUTTONUP;
// This is my published property
property OnClick:TNotifyEvent read fOnClick write fOnClick;
// in implementation :
procedure TShockwaveFlash.WMLButtonUp(var Message: TWMLButtonUp);
if Assigned(FOnClick) Then FOnClick(Self);
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