Toshitaka: > My topic here is, however, to know what Ada programmers > and language lawyers would think "For-Loop Iteration for > Real Type" for AdaXX. I think for loops on floating point types is a mistake, since the step size isn't constant. For fixed point types, where the step size can be constant, I consider it interesting (and something I might want to use). There is still a problem due to the possible difference between the requested and the actual resolution of fixed point types. Most readers of such code would probably expect the step size to be equal to the requested resolution and not to the somewhat more arbitrary actual resolution of the fixed point type. Jacob -- Warning: Dates in calendars are closer than they appear.