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The reserved word
in tests whether a value is in a set. It returns the boolean value
true if the value belongs to the set and
false if the value
does not belong to the set. The word
in is also used with the reserved word
for in for-in loop.
program projectin; uses SysUtils,TypInfo; type Berry = (Blueberry,FlyHoneysuckle, Lingonberry, Raspberry,Snowberry,Strawberry); Berries = set of berry; var basket: Berries; someberry:berry; str:string; i:integer; begin basket := ; writeLn('Choose a berry from the following berries into your basket'); repeat i:=1; for someberry in berry do begin Str := GetEnumName(TypeInfo(Berry),ord(someberry)); writeln(i,' : ',Str); inc(i); end; writeln('0 : exit '); writeln; readln (i); if i>0 then begin someberry :=Berry(i-1); Include(basket,someberry); end; until i=0; if (FlyHoneysuckle in basket) or (Snowberry in basket) then begin writeln ('You have poisonous berries in your basket'); if FlyHoneysuckle in basket then writeln ('Your basket has a poisonous Fly honeysuckle!') ; if Snowberry in basket then writeln ('Your basket has a poisonous Snowberry!'); end; writeln('So you had these berries in your basket:'); for someberry in basket do begin Str := GetEnumName(TypeInfo(Berry),ord(someberry)); writeln(Str); end; readln ; end.