# how write pi in delphi

To write the value of pi in Delphi, you can use the predefined constant `Pi`

. Here is an example:

```
var
myPi: Double;
begin
myPi := Pi;
// Use the value of myPi as needed
end;
```

In this code snippet, we declare a variable `myPi`

of type `Double`

and assign the value of `Pi`

to it. The `Pi`

constant represents the mathematical constant π, which is approximately equal to 3.14159265358979323846.

You can then use the value of `myPi`

in your Delphi program as needed.