Ada Programming/Ada 80

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Ada 80 was a preliminary version of the Ada programming language. The Military Standard reference manual was approved on December 10, 1980 (Ada Lovelace's birthday), and given the number MIL-STD-1815 in honor of Ada Lovelace's birth year.

The Ada 83 standard, MIL-STD-1815A, was later derived from Ada 80.

Ada 80 is just interesting from a historic point of view, there is no code that must conform with this standard.

Summary of features[edit | edit source]

Pragmas[edit | edit source]

The following pragmas were not defined in Ada 80, but were later added in Ada 83:

Attributes[edit | edit source]

The following attributes were later added to Ada 83:

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