TabControlChange (C++)

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Description

This example uses a tab control to display the contents of several files. To run the example, place a tab control on a form and add a memo control that fits into its client area. Be sure to leave enough room for the tabs, when they appear. Then add an OpenDialog and a button to the form. The "Add a file" button adds a single file to the tab control. The "Assign files" button removes previous files and can be used to assign multiple files. To assign multiple files, use CTRL Select or SHIFT Select to select files in the OpenDialog.

Code

void __fastcall TForm1::Add_a_fileClick(TObject *Sender)
{
  OpenDialog1->Options << ofAllowMultiSelect << ofFileMustExist << ofHideReadOnly;
  if (OpenDialog1->Execute())
  {
	int index = TabControl1->Tabs->Add(OpenDialog1->FileName);
	Memo1->Lines->LoadFromFile(TabControl1->Tabs->Strings[index]);
	TabControl1Change(Sender);
  }
}

void __fastcall TForm1::Assign_filesClick(TObject *Sender)
{
  OpenDialog1->Options << ofAllowMultiSelect << ofFileMustExist << ofHideReadOnly;
  if (OpenDialog1->Execute())
  {
	TabControl1->Tabs->Assign(OpenDialog1->Files);
	Memo1->Lines->LoadFromFile(TabControl1->Tabs->Strings[TabControl1->TabIndex]);
  }
}
/*
Place the following code in the tab control's 
OnChange event handler:
*/
void __fastcall TForm1::TabControl1Change(TObject *Sender)
{
	Memo1->Lines->LoadFromFile(
	  TabControl1->Tabs->Strings[TabControl1->TabIndex]);
}

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