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Ranges


Numeric ranges for the specification of the size of an array are reduced to a value at the translation into C++. The original limits are inserted in the translated code as a comment.

type foo = array [1..10] of Char
->
typedef char foo [ 10/* 1..10 */ ]

Numeric ranges for the definition of of the range of a type are left out at the translation.

TYearType = 1..12; -> typedef int /* as default range type */ TYearType; // 1 .. 12;

In other cases the range specifications are copied in the C++ code as they are in Delphi and must be adapted by hand.



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