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.

Ada. Time-tested, safe and secure.
Ada. Time-tested, safe and secure.

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

Pragmas edit

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

Attributes edit

The following attributes were later added to Ada 83:

See also edit

Wikibook edit

References edit

  • DoD (1980). The Programming Language Ada Reference Manual — Proposed Standard Document United States Department of Defense. Retrieved 2008-06-06. {{cite book}}: Unknown parameter |month= ignored (help)

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