Indirect adressing and ^

In article <>,
Andi Carey  <> wrote:


>then in the routine;
>   B:=@A;

>The '@' operator was what I didn't know about, It all makes sense now.
>Thanks again

Note that using @ is not very nice thing. It is better to use things
like variable parameters instead. In C one needs & often as there are no
variable parameters.