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Python: Getting Started with DelphiVCL II: Breakdown The Form Components

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This Section will break down the code example to create a simple Form app as presented in Section 5. These steps are essential for Python Developers to be familiar with Delphi VCL methods, events, and properties, to enable you in creating professional Windows Apps, without installing Delphi.

Below are the explanations of code example in Section 5:

  • Import the module:
  • Use the Python variables, set methods which are included in DelphiVCL classes (review the Section 4 to see all available methods), like: Form, Edit, Button, ListBox, Application, etc to create Python Objects. See the examples below:
  • Use the Python variables to set events for needed actions. In this example, a button click for adding items:
  • Set the properties of Python Objects using SetProps(propertyname = propertyvalue,…N) or each property one by one. Define events and custom methods required to manipulate the GUI events and operations in the script. Here is the example:

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