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System.Classes.TStringList.Duplicates

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Delphi

property Duplicates: TDuplicates read FDuplicates write FDuplicates;

C++

__property TDuplicates Duplicates = {read=FDuplicates, write=FDuplicates, nodefault};

Properties

Type Visibility Source Unit Parent
property public
System.Classes.pas
System.Classes.hpp
System.Classes TStringList

Description

Specifies whether duplicate strings can be added to sorted lists.

Set Duplicates to specify what should happen when an attempt is made to add a duplicate string to a sorted list. The CaseSensitive property controls whether two strings are considered duplicates if they are identical except for differences in case.

The value of Duplicates should be one of the following.



Value Meaning

dupIgnore

Ignore attempts to add duplicate strings to the list.

dupError

raise an EStringListError exception when an attempt is made to add duplicate strings to the sorted list.

dupAccept

Permit duplicate strings in the sorted list.



Set Duplicates before adding any strings to the list. Setting Duplicates to dupIgnore or dupError does nothing about duplicate strings that are already in the list.

Note: Duplicates does nothing if the list is not sorted.

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