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Contents of the list as one big string.


Source position: classesh.inc line 787

public property TStrings.Text : string
  read GetTextStr
  write SetTextStr;


Text returns, when read, the contents of the stringlist as one big string consisting of all strings in the list, separated by an end-of-line marker. When this property is set, the string will be cut into smaller strings, based on the positions of end-of-line markers in the string. Any previous content of the stringlist will be lost.

Remark: If any of the strings in the list contains an end-of-line marker, then the resulting string will appear to contain more strings than actually present in the list. To avoid this ambiguity, use the TStrings.CommaText property instead.

See also



Indexed access to the strings in the list.



Number of strings in the list.



Contents of the list as a comma-separated string.

Documentation generated on: May 14 2021