WARN3-Variables that are referenced, but never set
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Variables that are referenced, but never set (WARN3)
This section lists all declared and referenced variables that never are set. Possibly this is an error, but the reason could also be that the variable is set in code that is not seen by the parser.
Variables marked with the absolute directive are not examined. These identifiers shadow another variable in memory, and are changed whenever the other variable changes.
Examine why these variables are referenced, but never set. False warnings may be generated in some cases for null-terminated strings, where the actual pointer (PChar) is not set, but when the contents of the buffer pointed to is indeed changed.