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Delphi uses clauses become to using directives in C#. For example:


unit test;




uses System.SysUtils;




becomes to:


using System.SysUtils;

using static System.SysUtils.SysUtilsInterface;

using static test.testInterface;

using static test.testImplementation;

using System;

using static System.SystemClass;


namespace test




There are two using directives for all used files, because all files that were translated from Delphi with Delphi2C# contain an extra class with the constants and routines of the interface part of the original file, as described for the general file layout.


There is an option to create a common file of global using directives instead of inserting them into the according single files.








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