Ada Programming/Keywords/range


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DescriptionEdit

The keyword range is used in the following type definitions.

  • Defining the first and last element in an integer range.
  • Defining the first and last element in a Modulus subtype.
  • Defining the first and last element in an enumeration subtype.
  • Defining the minimum range of a floating point type.
  • Defining the minimum range of a fixed point type.
  • Defining the range of an array type.

It is also used within the following statements:

See alsoEdit

WikibookEdit

Ada Reference ManualEdit

Ada Quality and Style GuideEdit



Ada Keywords
abort else new return
abs elsif not reverse
abstract (Ada 95) end null
accept entry select
access exception of separate
aliased (Ada 95) exit or some (Ada 2012)
all others subtype
and for out synchronized (Ada 2005)
array function overriding (Ada 2005)
at tagged (Ada 95)
generic package task
begin goto pragma terminate
body private then
if procedure type
case in protected (Ada 95)
constant interface (Ada 2005) until (Ada 95)
is raise use
declare range
delay limited record when
delta loop rem while
digits renames with
do mod requeue (Ada 95) xor
Last modified on 5 January 2009, at 23:35