Dynamic Variables

You can create dynamic variables by calling the GetMem or New procedure. Such variables are allocated on the heap and are not managed automatically. Once you create one, it is your responsibility ultimately to free the variable's memory; use FreeMem to destroy variables created by GetMem and Dispose to destroy variables created by New. Other standard routines that operate on dynamic variables include

ReallocMem, AllocMem, Initialize, Finalize, StrAlloc, and StrDispose.

Long strings, wide strings, dynamic arrays, variants, and interfaces are also heap-allocated dynamic variables, but their memory is managed automatically.

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Project Management Made Easy

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