Compiler Directives


 Compiler Directives

Compiler directives, are comments with a special syntax, and can be used wherever comments are allowed.

Compiler directives

  - begin with {$ or (*$
  - are followed by the name of the directive
  - end with } or *)

Compiler directives come in three varieties:

  - Switch directives turn compiler features on or off when you specify + or
    after the directive name.
  - Parameter directives specify parameters that affect the compilation.
  - Conditional directives control conditional compilation of parts of the
    source text.

For a summary of compiler directives versus options in the Compiler Options dialog box, see the Directives and IDE Equivalents Help screen.

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