Directives

Directives are words that are sensitive in specific locations within source code. Directives have special meanings in the Delphi language, but, unlike reserved words, appear only in contexts where user-defined identifiers cannot occur. Hence -- although it is inadvisable to do so -- you can define an identifier that looks exactly like a directive.

Directives

absolute dynamic

messageprivate

resident

abstract export

name protected

safecall

assembler external

near public

stdcall

automated far

nodefaultpublished

stored

cdecl forward

overload read

varargs

contains implementsoverride readonly

virtual

default index

package register

write

deprecatedlibrary

pascal reintroducewriteonly

dispid local

platform requires

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