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More On Built-In Function Objects Inside DelphiVCL Library (Part 5)

When running dir() to DelphiVCL library or any DelphiVCL methods and properties in all previous sections, you might find many of Python’s built-in objects and properties. Previously, we already discussed about  __doc__, __file__, __loader__, __name__, __package__,__spec__, __class__, __contains__, __delattr__, __dir__, __eq__, __format__, __ge__, __getattribute__, __getitem__, __gt__, __hash…
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Create a ListBox using DelphiVCL.ListBox

ListBox displays a collection of items in a scrollable list. We use ListBox to display a scrollable list of items that users can select, add, or delete. ListBox is a wrapper for the Windows listbox control. We can browse all the properties, methods, and built-in properties of the DelphiVCL.ListBox using dir() command: import DelphiVCL dir(DelphiVCL.ListBox) See the responses in…
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Create a CheckBox using DelphiVCL.CheckBox

CheckBox represents a check box that can be on (checked) or off (unchecked). A CheckBox component presents an option for the user. The user can check the box to select the option, or uncheck it to deselect the option. The Caption property can be used to define an accelerator key to a control. We can browse all the properties, methods, and built-in properties of the DelphiVCL.CheckBox…
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Create an Edit Controls using DelphiVCL.Edit or TEdit

DelphiVCL.Edit or TEdit is a wrapper for a Windows single-line edit control. We can use an Edit object to put a standard Windows edit control on a form. Edit controls are used to retrieve text that users type. Edit controls can also display text to the user. When only displaying text to the user, choose an edit control to allow users to select text and copy it to the Clipboard. Choose a…
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