pascal variable declaration

In Pascal, variable declarations are used to define the type and name of variables before they are used in a program. Here is the syntax for variable declaration in Pascal:

  variable1: type1;
  variable2: type2;

For example, if you want to declare an integer variable named "age" and a string variable named "name", you would write:

  age: integer;
  name: string;

Please note that Pascal is a strongly-typed language, which means that you need to specify the type of each variable explicitly.

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