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ID: 19470, Enumerating A Set

by Dan Donoghue Email: Anonymous

iterate through/enumerate a set to discover which items are in it
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the snippit of code in this example provides a procedure that gives the you the ability to enumerate/iterate through the options that are currently in a set. The procedure uses a simlpe callback allowing you access to the options as they are found, with the ability to terminate the iteration at any time before it completes. The ForEach command defined in this example will work with any set. You can use simlpe typecasting techniques within the Callback procedure to convert the option (element) number into its equivilsnt option constant.

this code has been tested in Delphi 5, 6 and 7 though i see no reason why it shouldnt work in previous versions and kylix also

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