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C++Builder Commonly Asked Questions (Grids)

BCBCAQ > Grids (TStringGrid, TDrawGrid)

Popular: D. Chandler, "Working with String Grids," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 4 (9), 2000. [Public]
Popular: D. Chandler, "More String Grids," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 4 (10), 2000. [Public]
  Word-wrap in a string grid
  Coloring the text or background of individual cells
  Inserting and deleting a row or column of cells
  Emulating a fixed row (or column) with no regular rows (or columns)
 
 
 
 

C++Builder Developer's Journal (CROSS-REF)

G. Myers, "Learning the Ropes of TStringGrid," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 1 (7), 1997. [Public]
G. Myers, "Using TStringGrid with Graphics," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 2 (9), 1998. [Public]
D. Chandler, "Working with String Grids," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 4 (9), 2000. [Public]
D. Chandler, "More String Grids," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 4 (10), 2000. [Public]
D. Chandler, "Advanced String Grid Techniques," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 4 (11), 2000. [Public]
D. Chandler, "Even More String Grids, Part I," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 6 (4), 2002. This article is requires a subscription to the Journal.
D. Chandler, "Even More String Grids, Part II," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 6 (5), 2002. This article is requires a subscription to the Journal.
 
 
 
 
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