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TDateTimePickerEx

The TDateTimePickerEx 2022 Crack component is a descendant of TDateTimePicker which provides extended functionality in addition to the standard components provided by TDateTimePicker. These additional features are discussed in this article.

This article contains 3 parts:

1. Introduction

This part includes details of the TDateTimePickerEx Crack Keygen component and provides a basic illustration of its use.

2. The TDateTimePickerEx Activation Code Component

This part briefly describes the key features of the TDateTimePickerEx Activation Code component. It includes the following topics:

The TDateTimePickerEx Free Download.DateTimePickerEvents property lists the events which are associated with various actions.

The TDateTimePickerEx.FormatString property lists the format of the date and time values in the display string.

The TDateTimePickerEx.Format property lists the format of the date and time parts of the display string.

The TDateTimePickerEx.StrictDate property forces all edits to be performed with the key-presses, which occur when an edit is possible.

The TDateTimePickerEx.Weekday property allows setting the visual presentation of the day of the week, which the user sees in the control, when the user presses the up or down keys.

The TDateTimePickerEx.TimeSize property indicates whether the display of the time is relative to the selected date or absolute.

The TDateTimePickerEx.SmallDate property indicates whether the component displays small, medium or large text for the date.

The TDateTimePickerEx.ShowSeconds property allows enabling or disabling the display of seconds in the component’s display of time.

3. The TDateTimePickerEx.ParentShowHint property

The TDateTimePickerEx.ParentShowHint property allows the parent form and control to be informed when a date and time component is opened.

The TDateTimePickerEx.ParentShowHint property is an access-type property and so may be set to any value between Sender = 0 and Sender = 1.

The TDateTimePickerEx.ParentShowHint property is a standard VCL property and so the only thing to note is that it is supported in the standard VCL components, and so it is not possible to set the value of the property using the SetParentShowH

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A combobox based datetime picker that allows editing both date and time together.

Using the TDateTimePicker and the FormDateTime property it is possible to write an easy code in order to get the current date and time:
procedure ShowTimeAndDate;
var
ComboBox: TDBanditComboBox;
DateTimePicker: TDateTimePicker;
frmDateTime: TFormDateTime;
begin
frmDateTime := TFormDateTime.Create(Application);

// Date and time picker
ComboBox := TDBanditComboBox.Create(Application);
ComboBox.DroppedDown := True;
ComboBox.FormatString := ‘dddd, dd MMMM yyyy hh:nn’;
ComboBox.DroppedDown := True;
ComboBox.ItemIndex := 0;
frmDateTime.FormDateTime := ComboBox;

DateTimePicker := TDateTimePicker.Create(Application);
DateTimePicker.DroppedDown := True;
DateTimePicker.Format := dtTime;
DateTimePicker.FormatString := ‘dddd, dd MMMM yyyy hh:nn’;
DateTimePicker.DroppedDown := True;
DateTimePicker.ItemIndex := 0;
frmDateTime.FormDateTime := DateTimePicker;

frmDateTime.ShowModal;

// Delete the date and time pickers from the form
FormDateTime.Close;
ComboBox.Free;
DateTimePicker.Free;
end;

//…

The object frmDateTime makes the TDateTimePicker object available in the form. Therefore, it is possible to change the current time and date programmatically.

Approach 1: Use a TFormat module
The TFormat module provides some functions to parse a value from a TFormatSettings to the Date and Time formats and vice versa:

TCustomDateTimePicker : TCustomDateTimePicker is a descendant of TDateTimePicker. It uses the same properties and methods of the TDateTimePicker.

TCustomFormatSettings : TCustomFormatSettings is a descendant of TFormatSettings and
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Extends the functionality of the standard time picker by allowing you
to edit the time or date component in combination. You can select a
date or time and then change only one of the components. The
component also offers a special format function to edit values
directly in any date or time format.

TDateTimePickerEx DateTimePicker Control Overview:

TDateTimePickerEx consists of a Tdatecomponent (described below) and a Ttimecomponent. The parent component depends on these components as parents. TDateTimePickerEx can be placed on any form control or component that has a TDateTimePicker descendant property. Because TDateTimePicker descendant has a ShowPopup and ShowEvents properties that are not the same as TDateTimePicker descendant, the API for TDateTimePickerEx differs significantly from the API for the standard TDateTimePicker.

TDateTimePickerEx Property Selectors:

The TDateTimePickerEx.SelectedTime or SelectedDate properties are used to set the
SelectedDate or SelectedTime. By default, they are both set to Nothing. The
SelectedDate or SelectedTime properties can be set to a TDateTime value
by calling the setSelectedTime or setSelectedDate method.

TDateTimePickerEx.SelectedDate Property:

This property should be set from code by calling the setSelectedDate method. By default, this property is set to Nothing.

TDateTimePickerEx.SelectedTime Property:

This property should be set from code by calling the setSelectedTime method. By default, this property is set to Nothing.

TDateTimePickerEx.FormatString Property:

The FormatString property is used to set or get the textual representation of the selected date.

Private

Default value: Nothing. The FormatString property has no effect if the
SelectedDate or SelectedTime property is set to Nothing.

FormatString, FormatString, IsDate or IsTime:

Sets the format string used for the component. By default, it uses the
FormatMask or FormatMaskDefault mask. An application can use this
method to specify the format string used by the component.

FormatMask or FormatMaskDefault:

Not applicable.

GetFormatString:

Returns the format string used by the

What’s New in the?

History

1.0

2016-08-11

Version 1.0.

Copyright (c) Azzio Gamal 2007-2016

The author of this component can be contacted at:

az.gamal@gmail.com

Version 1.0.

Copyright (c) Azzio Gamal 2017-2017

The author of this component can be contacted at:

az.gamal@gmail.com

Version 1.3

2019-04-14

Options settings are now
separated from the DateTimePicker

Version 1.3

2017-10-27

Format string and value are now separated
from the date picker for every color

Version 1.3

2017-10-27

Embarcadero no longer provides references to the
DateTimePicker component. For
resolving DTP bindings it is
recommended to use the TDateTimePicker component.

Version 1.3

2017-10-27

Embarcadero no longer provides references to the
DateTimePicker component. For
resolving DTP bindings it is
recommended to use the TDateTimePicker component.

Version 1.3

2017-10-27

Embarcadero no longer provides references to the
DateTimePicker component. For
resolving DTP bindings it is
recommended to use the TDateTimePicker component.

Version 1.3

2017-10-27

Embarcadero no longer provides references to the
DateTimePicker component. For
resolving DTP bindings it is
recommended to use the TDateTimePicker component.

Version 1.3

2017-10-27

Embarcadero no longer provides references to the
DateTimePicker component. For
resolving DTP bindings it is
recommended to use the TDateTimePicker component.

Version 1.3

2017-10-27

The value of the FormatString property can now contain
format specifiers starting with a number.

Version 1.3

2017-10-27

The value of the FormatString property can now contain
format specifiers starting with a number.

Version 1.3

2017-10-27

System Requirements:

Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, XP, Vista, 7
DirectX®9.0c
Memory: 1 GB (2 GB recommended)
4 GB (16 GB recommended)
5 GHz processor
1280×1024 or higher resolution display
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