Delphi Programming Course (FMX): 12 – Variables

In this video we learn what variables are and how to use them in Delphi.

We go over some of the most common and popular variables such as String, Integer, Byte, Boolean, Char and Double.

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J J says:

Thank you very much, great explanation.

Chillo56 says:

Hey Shaun, I have been watching your videos throughout the year and they are all very helpful! When will you post a video explaining 2D arrays? I know you have mentioned them but I don’t think you have posted a video explaining them :). My teacher is useless so it would much appreciated if you did one!!!

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