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What is the ExeName Property in DelphiVCL.Application?

The ExeName property or DelphiVCL.Application.ExeName contains the file name of the application’s executable file including path information. Use ExeName to obtain the name of the executable file for the application. ExeName is the fully-qualified name, including the path to the application’s executable. More things about ExeName you need to know The name of the application is…
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How to use the State Property

State property is used as an indicator for which items are selected or checked. For example, for each member of the Items array, we use State to determine whether the checkbox is selected (cbChecked), cleared (cbUnchecked), or dimmed (cbGrayed). Note: cbGrayed corresponds to the indeterminate state. State combines the information provided by the Boolean Checked property and the…
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How to use the DelphiVCL.DrawGrid.Row

DelphiVCL.DrawGrid.Row specifies the index of the row that contains the selected cell. Use DelphiVCL.DrawGrid.Row at runtime to determine the current row in the grid. Setting Row moves focus to the cell in the current column that is in the new row. The first row has an index of 0, the second row an index of 1, and so on. The selected cell in the grid can be located by reading the Row…
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How to use the DelphiVCL.Application.Run Property

DelphiVCL.Application.Run property used to execute the application. Do not call DelphiVCL.Application.Run. In Delphi’s VCL, when creating a new project, The IDE automatically creates a main program block in the project file that calls the Run method. When the application is executed, the application’s Run method is called. DelphiVCL.Application.Run contains the…
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