Ada Programming/Pragmas/Inline

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Summary[edit | edit source]

The pragma Inline specifies that a subprogram should be expanded inline when called in code.

Example[edit | edit source]

function My_Function return Integer is begin
  return 1+2; -- A simple function suitable for inlining
end My_Function;
pragma inline(My_Function);
Some_Variable := My_Function; -- Will be expanded by compiler.

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