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What is DelphiVCL.Application.DesignInfo?

The DesignInfo property or DelphiVCL.Application.DesignInfo contains information used by the Form designer. DesignInfo is used internally. Do not use this property in applications. Let’s browse all the properties, methods, and built-in properties of the DelphiVCL.Application.DesignInfo using dir() command: import DelphiVCL dir(DelphiVCL.Application.DesignInfo) See the responses in…
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Specify the Alignment of a Control using Align or TAlign

Align or TAlign is used to specify the alignment of control within its parent. TAlign specifies how control is placed relative to its parent. It can have one of the following values: Value Meaning alNone The control remains where it was placed. This is the default value. alTop The control moves to the top of its parent and resizes to fill the width of its parent.
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Learn about the DelphiVCL.Component as the Common Ancestor of All Component Classes

DelphiVCL.Component is the common ancestor of all component classes. Component is the base class for all components. Components are persistent objects that have the following capabilities: IDE integration: The ability to appear on an IDE palette and be manipulated in a Form Designer. Ownership: The ability to manage other components. If component A owns component B, then A is…
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How to use the DelphiVCL.Application.Destroy Property

We use DelphiVCL.Application.Destroy to destroy the application instance and all of its associated memory. Never call DelphiVCL.Application.Destroy or DelphiVCL.Application.Free. Instead, use the application’s Terminate method to end the application. Destroy signals that the application has been deactivated before calling the inherited destructor. It then frees memory for…
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