This version of the language is commonly known as Ada 83, from the date of its
adoption by ANSI, but is sometimes referred to also as Ada 87, from the date of ...
Ada 83 is the first version of the Ada programming language. It was based in the
so called Ada 80, a preliminary version of the language formally known as ...
Note: The Ada 83 standard has been superceded by Ada 95 and Ada 2005. Click
here for the Ada 95 standard and guideline documents and here for Ada 2005 ...
Oct 20, 1996 ... The original Ada standard, ANSI/MIL-STD-1815A-1983 (a.k.a. ISO 8652:1987),
was revised and superseded by Ada 95. There are two ...
[Ada '83 Rationale, HTML version]. "Rationale for the Design of the. Ada®
Programming Language". Jean D. Ichbiah John G.P. Barnes Robert J. Firth
The Ada Language Reference Manual (for Ada 83) is copyrighted. This HTML
version is based on one done by Gregg Hanna. See the History and Credits ...
Ada '83 Language Reference Manual. Copyright 1980, 1982, 1983 owned by the
United States Government. Direct reproduction and usage requests to the Ada ...
For the most part, Ada 95 is entirely upwards compatible with Ada 83, meaning
that correctly written portable Ada 83 code can be compiled with an Ada 95 ...
Ada source code for console-mode Tetris game for testing Ada 95 and Ada 83
tasking. Works for GNAT (Solaris, Win, DOS) and Ada 83 OpenAda compilers.
3.2.10 Compiling Ada 83 Programs. -gnat83: Although GNAT is primarily an Ada
95 compiler, it accepts this switch to specify that an Ada 83 program is to be ...