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  1. Every now and then (not often) it is worthwhile to check what a compiled function actually looks like. An easy way to do that is to use the toString method function test(a:string): string; begin result := 'Da'+a; end; Procedure TForm1.ListProc; begin console.log(test('da')); //"Dada" asm console.log( (@test).toString() ); end; //lists compiled external function 'test' asm console.log( (this.ListProc).toString() ); end; //lists compiled procedure TForm1.ListProc asm console.log( (this.@InitializeForm).toString() ); e
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