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Article #17930: Determining if an object supports a property.

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FAQ2930D.txt   Determining if an object supports a property.
Category   :VCL
Platform    :All
Product    :All 32 bit  

Question:
How can I tell if a given object has a given property at runtime?


Answer:
The following example shows how to determine if an object has a
property available, and if so, how to change the property:

function HasProperty(Obj : TObject;
             Prop : string) : PPropInfo;
begin
  Result := GetPropInfo(Obj.ClassInfo, Prop);
end;

procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
var
  p : pointer;
begin
  p :=  HasProperty(Button1, 'Color');
  if p <> nil then
    SetOrdProp(Button1, p, clRed) else
    ShowMessage('Button has no color property');

  p :=  HasProperty(Label1, 'Color');
  if p <> nil then
    SetOrdProp(Label1, p, clRed) else
    ShowMessage('Label has no color property');

  p :=  HasProperty(Label1.Font, 'Color');
  if p <> nil then
    SetOrdProp(Label1.Font.Color, p, clBlue) else
    ShowMessage('Label.Font has no color property');
end;

7/16/98 4:31:28 PM
 

Last Modified: 01-SEP-99