Delphi units

I have some functions that I want to put them in seperate unit and use them in other units.
How can I create this unit?
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Dagan HooverDeveloperCommented:
File --> New --> Unit

Put the function code underneath implementation and put the function header above like this:

function Add(x,y: Integer):Integer;

implementation

function Add(x,y: Integer):Integer;
begin
  Result := x + y;
end;


Also remember that new units have no uses declared so if your function uses some other units you have to declare them in the new units uses. Once you have your new unit done go back to the unit you want to use the new unit in and click File --> Use unit, and select your unit.
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factsfaceAuthor Commented:
It works fine.
Thank you.
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