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Semose (Programmer) (OP)
7 Jan 04 15:23
Could anyone tell me how to know what cell I'm double clicking? I want to execute a file using what is in the cell.
towerbase (Programmer)
7 Jan 04 15:34
The member variables row and col tell you what cell you have (double) clicked.

For example:

procedure TForm1.Grid1DblClick(Sender: TObject);
begin
 ShowMessageFmt ( 'You clicked col %d and row %d', [ Grid1.Col, Grid1.Row ] );
end;


Andrew
lespaul (Programmer)
7 Jan 04 17:46
You can use the

StringGrid.Cells[Column, Row] to get the information in the cell if that's what you need.

Leslie

Semose (Programmer) (OP)
8 Jan 04 8:52
Thanks! I used this already in a Tic-Tac-Toe program I made a while back, I was just using it in the wrong spot hehe
towerbase (Programmer)
8 Jan 04 9:16
Leslie, to be pedantic (and the compiler usually is) the property indicating which column has been clicked is 'Col' not 'Column'.  'Row' is correct.

Andrew

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