DelphiBasics
Concat
Function
Concatenates one or more strings into one string System unit
 function Concat ( const String1 {,String2 ...} : string ) : string;
Description
The Concat function concatenates (joins) strings String1, String2 ... together into one result string.
 
It is equivalent to the + operator, which is faster.
Related commands
Copy Create a copy of part of a string or an array
Delete Delete a section of characters from a string
Insert Insert a string into another string
Move Copy bytes of data from a source to a destination
StringOfChar Creates a string with one character repeated many times
StringReplace Replace one or more substrings found within a string
WrapText Add line feeds into a string to simulate word wrap
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Example code : Concatenate 3 words into a sentence
var
  result : string;

begin
  // Concatenate using the +
  result := 'Hello '+'cruel '+'World';
  ShowMessage(result);

  // Concatenate using the Concat function
  result := Concat('Hello ','cruel ','World');
  ShowMessage(result);
end;
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   Hello cruel World
   Hello cruel World
 
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