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What is a Pascal String?
What is a Pascal String? A very frequently asked question among the pascal community. A string is basically a data type to define any form of text.
The “String” data type is excellent for basic data storage within code. You can make a simple Hello World program with it without needing any other data type!
Detailed Information On Strings:
Anyways, with that in mind back to topic!
An Example Of Hello World
Step 1 – Making A New Program
For this example in the Lazarus IDE we first create a new program:
Step 2 – Creating A Program
Click the New button and a menu will pop up, showing a list of different programs you can make in the Lazarus IDE. For this example we use a Program which is a simple application that functions by executing commands in the command prompt (or command line).
Stem 3 – The Code Itself!
Now that that is set, The IDE will make a menu where we can write all the code and stuff. In this case write down the following code and run it.
Running The Code
To run the code in the Lazarus IDE. Press the F9 key on your keyboard. Or go to the top right corner of your screen to find a green Play button, click that to run the code.
Another Way To Learn
Other than reading these articles to learn Pascal, there is also a famous youtube channel by the name of School Free Ware. The content creator there posts incredibly detailed and simple Pascal videos. For further understanding of this article as well as just to improve your knowledge it’s my recommendation to check out this video below:
I will post this video with all relevant posts of mine regarding the video itself. Moving On!