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Introducing Inline Variables in the Delphi Language

Marco's Tech Blog – The Delphi language in 10.3 has a fairly core change in the way it allows far more flexibility in the declaration of local variables, their scope and lifetime. This is a change that breaks a key tenet of the original Pascal language, but offers a significant number of advantages, reducing unneeded code in several cases. Old Style Var Blocks  Since Turbo Pascal 1 and until now, following classic Pascal language rules, all local variable declarations had to be done in a var block written before the beginning of a function, procedure or method: procedure Test; var I: Integer; ...
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