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K.1 Language-Defined Aspects

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{AI05-0229-1} {AI05-0299-1} This subclause summarizes the definitions given elsewhere of the language-defined aspects. Aspects are properties of entities that can be specified by the Ada program; unless otherwise specified below, aspects can be specified using an aspect_specification.
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Address
Machine address of an entity. See 13.3.
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 Aggregate
Mechanism to define user-defined aggregates. See 4.3.5.
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Alignment (object)

Alignment of an object. See 13.3.
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Alignment (subtype)

Alignment of a subtype. See 13.3.
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All_Calls_Remote

All indirect or dispatching remote subprogram calls, and all direct remote subprogram procedure calls, should use the Partition Communication Subsystem, even if they are local. See E.2.3.
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 Allows_Exit
An indication of whether a subprogram will operate correctly for arbitrary transfers of control. See 5.5.3.
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Asynchronous
Remote procedure calls are asynchronous; the caller continues without waiting for the call to return. See E.4.1.
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Atomic
Declare that a type, object, or component is atomic. See C.6.
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Atomic_Components

Declare that the components of an array type or object are atomic. See C.6.
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Attach_Handler

Protected procedure is attached to an interrupt. See C.3.1.
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Bit_Order
Order of bit numbering in a record_representation_clause. See 13.5.3.
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Coding
Internal representation of enumeration literals. Specified by an enumeration_representation_clause, not by an aspect_specification. See 13.4.
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Component_Size

Size in bits of a component of an array type. See 13.3.
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Constant_Indexing

Defines function(s) to implement user-defined indexed_components. See 4.1.6.
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Convention
Calling convention or other convention used for interfacing to other languages. See B.1.
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CPU
Processor on which a given task, or calling task for a protected operation, should run. See D.16.
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Default_Component_Value

Default value for the components of an array-of-scalar subtype. See 3.6.
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  Default_Initial_Condition

A condition that must hold true after the default initialization of an object. See 7.3.3.
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Default_Iterator

Default iterator to be used in for loops. See 5.5.1.
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Default_Storage_Pool

Default storage pool for a generic instance. See 13.11.3.
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Default_Value
Default value for a scalar subtype. See 3.5.
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  Discard_Names

Requests a reduction in storage for names associated with an entity. See C.5.
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Dispatching_Domain

Domain (group of processors) on which a given task should run. See D.16.1.
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Dynamic_Predicate

Condition that must hold true for objects of a given subtype; the subtype is not static. See 3.2.4.
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Elaborate_Body

A given package must have a body, and that body is elaborated immediately after the declaration. See 10.2.1.
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  Exclusive_Functions

Specifies mutual exclusion behavior of protected functions in a protected type. See 9.5.1.
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Export
Entity is exported to another language. See B.1.
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External_Name
Name used to identify an imported or exported entity. See B.1.
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External_Tag
Unique identifier for a tagged type in streams. See 13.3.
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  Global
Global object usage contract. See 6.1.2.
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  Global'Class

Global object usage contract inherited on derivation. See 6.1.2.
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Implicit_Dereference

Mechanism for user-defined implicit .all. See 4.1.5.
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Import
Entity is imported from another language. See B.1.
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Independent
Declare that a type, object, or component is independently addressable. See C.6.
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Independent_Components

Declare that the components of an array or record type, or an array object, are independently addressable. See C.6.
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Inline
For efficiency, Inline calls are requested for a subprogram. See 6.3.2.
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Input
Function to read a value from a stream for a given type, including any bounds and discriminants. See 13.13.2.
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  Input'Class
Function to read a value from a stream for a the class-wide type associated with a given type, including any bounds and discriminants. See 13.13.2.
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  Integer_Literal

Defines a function to implement user-defined integer literals. See 4.2.1.
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Interrupt_Handler

Protected procedure may be attached to interrupts. See C.3.1.
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Interrupt_Priority

Priority of a task object or type, or priority of a protected object or type; the priority is in the interrupt range. See D.1.
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Iterator_Element

Element type to be used for user-defined iterators. See 5.5.1.
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  Iterator_View

An alternative type to used for container element iterators. See 5.5.1.
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Layout (record)

Layout of record components. Specified by a record_representation_clause, not by an aspect_specification. See 13.5.1.
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Link_Name
Linker symbol used to identify an imported or exported entity. See B.1.
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Machine_Radix
Radix (2 or 10) that is used to represent a decimal fixed point type. See F.1.
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  Max_Entry_Queue_Length

The maximum entry queue length for a task type, protected type, or entry. See D.4.
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  No_Controlled_Parts

A specification that a type and its descendants do not have controlled parts. See H.4.1.
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No_Return
A subprogram procedure will not return normally. See 6.5.1.
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  Nonblocking
Specifies that an associated subprogram does not block. See 9.5.
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Output
Procedure to write a value to a stream for a given type, including any bounds and discriminants. See 13.13.2.
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  Output'Class

Procedure to write a value to a stream for a the class-wide type associated with a given type, including any bounds and discriminants. See 13.13.2.
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Pack
Minimize storage when laying out records and arrays. See 13.2.
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  Parallel_Iterator

An indication of whether a subprogram may use multiple threads of control to invoke a loop body procedure. See 5.5.3.
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Post
Postcondition; a condition that must hold true after a call. See 6.1.1.
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Post'Class
Postcondition inherited on type derivation. See 6.1.1.
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Pre
Precondition; a condition that must hold true before a call. See 6.1.1.
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Pre'Class
Precondition inherited on type derivation. See 6.1.1.
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  Predicate_Failure

Action to be performed when a predicate check fails. See 3.2.4.
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Preelaborate
Code execution during elaboration is avoided for a given package. See 10.2.1.
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Priority
Priority of a task object or type, or priority of a protected object or type; the priority is not in the interrupt range. See D.1.
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Pure
Side effects are avoided in the subprograms of a given package. See 10.2.1.
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  Put_Image
Procedure to define the image of a given type. See 4.10.
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Read
Procedure to read a value from a stream for a given type. See 13.13.2.
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  Read'Class
Procedure to read a value from a stream for the class-wide type associated with a given type. See 13.13.2.
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  Real_Literal

Defines a function to implement user-defined real literals. See 4.2.1.
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Record layout
See Layout. See 13.5.1.
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Relative_Deadline

Task or protected type parameter used in Earliest Deadline First Dispatching. See D.2.6.
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Remote_Call_Interface

Subprograms in a given package may be used in remote procedure calls. See E.2.3.
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Remote_Types
Types in a given package may be used in remote procedure calls. See E.2.2.
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Shared_Passive

A given package is used to represent shared memory in a distributed system. See E.2.1.
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Size (object)
Size in bits of an object. See 13.3.
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Size (subtype)
Size in bits of a subtype. See 13.3.
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Small
Scale factor for a fixed point type. See 3.5.10.
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  Stable_Properties

A list of functions describing characteristics that usually are unchanged by primitive operations of the type or an individual primitive subprogram. See 7.3.4.
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  Stable_Properties'Class

A list of functions describing characteristics that usually are unchanged by primitive operations of a class of types or a primitive subprogram for such a class. See 7.3.4.
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  Static
Specifies that an associated expression function can be used in static expressions. See 6.8.
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Static_Predicate

Condition that must hold true for objects of a given subtype; the subtype may be static. See 3.2.4.
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Storage_Pool
Pool of memory from which new will allocate for a given access type. See 13.11.
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Storage_Size (access)

Sets memory size for allocations for an access type. See 13.11.
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Storage_Size (task)

Size in storage elements reserved for a task type or single task object. See 13.3.
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Stream_Size
Size in bits used to represent elementary objects in a stream. See 13.13.2.
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  String_Literal

Defines a function to implement user-defined string literals. See 4.2.1.
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Synchronization

Defines whether a given primitive operation of a synchronized interface must be implemented by an entry or protected procedure. See 9.5.
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Type_Invariant

A condition that must hold true for all objects of a type. See 7.3.2.
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Type_Invariant'Class

A condition that must hold true for all objects in a class of types. See 7.3.2.
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Unchecked_Union

Type is used to interface to a C union type. See B.3.3.
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Variable_Indexing

Defines function(s) to implement user-defined indexed_components. See 4.1.6.
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Volatile
Declare that a type, object, or component is volatile. See C.6.
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Volatile_Components

Declare that the components of an array type or object are volatile. See C.6.
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Write
Procedure to write a value to a stream for a given type. See 13.13.2.
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  Write'Class
Procedure to write a value to a stream for a the class-wide type associated with a given type. See 13.13.2.
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  Yield
Ensures that a callable entity includes a task dispatching point. See D.2.1.

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