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Adding New Entry at bottom of StringGrid in C++ Builder at run time

Adding New Entry at bottom of StringGrid in C++ Builder at run time

Adding New Entry at bottom of StringGrid in C++ Builder at run time

(OP)
Dear Developers,

I want to add new enteries generated by logs at run time from my software at the bottom of StringGrid
widget(20 rows and 2 coloumns) in C++ Builder 5.


Whether there is any Property of StringGrid widget which can automatically delete entry in top most row
before adding new entry in bottom most row in case all rows of fixed size StringGrid is occupied with data.

Please inform me if you need any other information from me.


Many thanks

Saurabh Jain

RE: Adding New Entry at bottom of StringGrid in C++ Builder at run time

(OP)
@2ffat Thank you very much for the links you have provided I will read them and will see if then solve my problem.

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