TStrings is the base class for objects that represent a list of strings.
TStrings = class(TPersistent);
class TStrings : public TPersistent;
Derive a class from TStrings to store and manipulate a list of strings. TStrings contains abstract or, in C++ terminology, pure virtual methods and should not be directly instantiated.
Descendants of TStrings can represent several individual strings, such as the individual lines that appear in a list box. Some objects use descendants of TStrings to represent one long body of text so that it can be manipulated in smaller chunks.
TStrings introduces many properties and methods to:
For an explanation of name-value pairs, refer to the NameValueSeparator property.
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