Operators are the symbols in your code that enable you to manipulate all types of data. For example, there are operators for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing numeric data. There are also operators for addressing a particular element of an array. This section explains some of the Delphi operators and their correlation with C# and CLR counterparts.
Unless you have some experience with Pascal, Delphi’s assignment operator might be one of the toughest things to get used to. To assign a value to a variable, use the := operator as you would use the = operator in C# or Visual Basic .NET. Delphi programmers often call this the gets or assignment operator, and the expression
Number1 := 5;
is read either “