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Hey zbyti, my friend, I am alive and well, thanks ?

I hope you are doing well, too.


I admit I am not so active for some time, but I will return to the scene. I see many new features in Mad Pascal, including great manual, maintained by you, I like it a lot.

I hope new version, 1.6.6, will be released soon by Tebe.


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If that's what I think it is, a more common notation (in my opinion)  would be 'static' type decoration on the variables or the procedure itself. Is 'keep' a known thing in pascal or did you invent it?

It would be more familiar to most if it were written something like:


procedure beep; 
var a,b : byte; static;





procedure beep; static;
  var a,b : byte;


The first form also allows for variable specification as ''keep/static' on a per-variable basis.



I see there is already a static in free pascal,  so maybe I don't see what keep is doing.


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