Declarations and Statements

This topic describes the syntax of Delphi declarations and statements.

Aside from the uses clause (and reserved words like implementation that demarcate parts of a unit), a program consists entirely of declarations and statements, which are organized into blocks.

This topic covers the following items:

  • Declarations
  • Simple statements such as assignment
  • Structured statements such as conditional tests (e.g., if-then, and case), iteration (e.g., for, and while).
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