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Each block is part of the declaration of a program, function, or procedure; each program, function, or procedure declaration has one block. Blocks A block consists of a series of declarations followed by a compound statement. All declarations must occur together at the beginning of the block. So the form of a block is declarations begin statements end The declarations section can include, in any order, declarations for variables, constants (including resource strings), types, procedures, functions, and labels.

Statement1 } else ... { statement2 } ; is equivalent to if ... { expression1 } then begin if ... { expression2 } then ... { statement1 } else ... { statement2 } end; The rule is that nested conditionals are parsed starting from the innermost conditional, with each else bound to the nearest available if on its left. To force the compiler to read our example in the second way, you would have to write it explicitly as if ... { expression1 } then begin if ... { expression2 } then ... { statement1 } end else ...

3-8 Object Pascal Language Guide Chapter 4 Syntactic elements Chapter4 Object Pascal uses the ASCII character set, including the letters A through Z and a through z, the digits 0 through 9, and other standard characters. It is not casesensitive. The space character (ASCII 32) and the control characters (ASCII 0 through 31—including ASCII 13, the return or end-of-line character) are called blanks. Fundamental syntactic elements, called tokens, combine to form expressions, declarations, and statements.

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