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I'm getting the error message "unknown identifier" on this line: if gender = 'M'

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by:Coldfires
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Unknown Identifier means it is not declared.  If it is declared you have it in a procedure that cant reach declared variable.  Check where gender is declared
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dbrunton earned 8 total points
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somwhere in your code you need

var
  gender : char;

or

var
  gender : string;
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