The declaration of an object-type constant uses the same syntax as the declaration of a.
No value can be specified for method components.
ZeroPoint: Point = (X: 0; Y: 0);
ScreenRect: Rect = (A: (X: 0; Y: 0); B: (X: 80; Y: 25));
CountField: NumField = (X: 5; Y: 20; Len: 4; Name: nil;
Value: 0; Min: -999; Max: 999);
Constants of an object type that contains virtual methods do not need to be initialized through a constructor call--this initialization is handled automatically by the compiler.