The difference between a function and a procedure is that a function returns a value whereas a procedure does not.  So if your program has multiple Yes/No questions then you might want to make a function which returns Yes or No to any question.
Procedures and Functions both take parameters. These are values that the procedure is passed when it is called.  An example of this would be...
This would call the procedure drawBob. It passes it the values x and y which the procedure
will use as Bob's coordinates.  The drawBob procedure would look something like this...
procedure drawBob (x,y : integer);
Somewhere in the code it would use x and y.  Notice that x and y are declared like
variables except for the fact that they are in the procedure's header.  If you wanted
different types of parameters, eg. integers and strings, then you must separate them by
semi-colons like this...
procedure doSomething (x,y : integer; name : string);
There might be a situation where you want the procedure to modify the values passed to it.
Normally if you did this in the procedures it modifies the parameters but it does not
modify the variables that the parameter's values were given from.
Anyway if you want to do this you need to put
<variables used in the procedure>
var in front of the parameters.
So if you wanted to do something which changed x and y you would make a procedure like so...
procedure modifyXY (var x,y:integer);
So by now you should know how to use a procedure. Next we will talk about Functions.
<Modification of x and y>
A function is like a procedure except it returns a value.  You could also think of a function as a dynamic variable, ie it gives itself a value when you have a reference to it. An example function is shown below which returns the day name from a number between one and seven. The numbers represent the days in the week of course.
function dayName (dayNumber : integer): String;
Notice dayName assigns itself a value. The type of value that is to be assigned to it is
declared in the Function header after the parameters by going, ': <variable type>' which is
in this case, string.
case dayNumber of
1 : dayName := 'Monday';
2 : dayName := 'Tuesday';
3 : dayName := 'Wednesday';
4 : dayName := 'Thursday';
5 : dayName := 'Friday';
6 : dayName := 'Saturday';
7 : dayName := 'Sunday';
You should know enough about procedures and functions now so this is where this lesson ends.