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C++ builder XE2 Free Components

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Please tell me if you have any site with freeware Components in C++ builder XE2. or other version... 8)
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qawsedstation wrote:Please tell me if you have any site with freeware Components in C++ builder XE2. or other version... 8)
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Have a look at http://www.torry.net.
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Many thanks! Please tell me some one in my attachment picture how can find the component with my green markup. This component is first (+) and on press is (-) and expand content. Please tell me how can find this and the name of this component. 8)
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qawsedstation wrote:Many thanks! Please tell me some one in my attachment picture how can find the component with my green markup. This component is first (+) and on press is (-) and expand content. Please tell me how can find this and the name of this component. 8)
Expanding and collapsing content is best handled by a TreeView component. You could use the VCL's standard TTreeView for that. However, based on the rest of the screenshot, showing that you want to use columns and per-node child controls, you are better off using SoftGem's Virtual TreeView instead.
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