textBox2multiline.Text += System.Environment.NewLine + “This is a test”;
is far more code (and far less obvious) than:
memo1.lines.Add(‘This is a test’);
In addition when you rename a delphi control if the text property matches the control then the text property changes as well. I wonder if the designer could be extended that far? This makes editing controls much easier – first you rename them and then you customise that into the correct text. This is far more efficient.