Procedure and Function Calls

A procedure call consists of the name of a procedure (with or without qualifiers), followed by a parameter list (if required). Examples include

PrintHeading; Transpose(A, N, M); Find(Smith, William); Writeln('Hello world!'); DoSomething(); Unitl.SomeProcedure; TMyObject.SomeMethod(X,Y);

With extended syntax enabled ({$x+}), function calls, like calls to procedures, can be treated as statements in their own right:

MyFunction(X);

When you use a function call in this way, its return value is discarded.

For more information about procedures and functions, see Procedures and functions.

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