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Should only the delimiter character be considered a delimiter


Source position: classesh.inc line 784

public property TStrings.StrictDelimiter : Boolean
  read GetStrictDelimiter
  write SetStrictDelimiter;


StrictDelimiter can be used to indicate that only the delimiter character should be considered a delimiter when setting DelimitedText: under normal circumstances, quotes and spaces are considered specially (see the TStrings.CommaText property for more information).

When StrictDelimiter is set to True then only the Delimiter character is considered when splitting the text in items: no quoting whatsoever is performed when writing the DelimitedText property. However, when reading the DelimitedText property, quoted strings are taken into account (so a quoted string can contain a delimiter that is treated as text instead of a delimiter).

See also



Get or set all strings in the list in a delimited form.



Contents of the list as a comma-separated string.



Delimiter character used in DelimitedText.



A set of TStringsOption - various boolean properties.

Documentation generated on: May 14 2021