Indicates the character used to separate names from values.
property NameValueSeparator: Char;
__property Char NameValueSeparator;
Strings that contain the NameValueSeparator character are considered name-value pairs. NameValueSeparator defaults to the equal sign (=). TStrings defines various methods for accessing names and values and for searching for specific names.
Strings that are name-value pairs consist of a name part, the separator character, and a value part. Any spaces around the separator character are part of the name or value. This convention corresponds to the format used in many initialization files. For example:
DisplayGrid=1 SnapToGrid=1 GridSizeX=8 GridSizeY=8
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