Ada Programming/Attributes/'Alignment

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X'Alignment is an Ada attribute where X is any memory-allocated object or type. This attribute controls the address values used for objects. The alignment must be non-negative. A value of zero means that the object need not be allocated at the boundary of a storage units. Otherwise the address is a multiple of X's alignment.

The alignment of an object may be set.

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Wikibook[edit | edit source]

Ada Reference Manual[edit | edit source]