Dear all,

          I have sent along with this mail........some of the attributes
and pragmas of the ADA 95........
I need to know whether it has the following properties :

1. Runtime Support
     Requires runtime memory manipulations, address manipulations etc..
2. Dynamic allocation
     Involves memory allocation at runtime..
3. Object oriented feature
     Whether the instructions is used for implementing the object oriented
feature..
4. Deterministic/Indeterministic

The attributes are as follows :

          ATTRIBUTES

      51. Model_Mantissa (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   52.    Model_Small (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   53.    Modulus (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   54.    Partition_Id (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   55.    Remainder (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   56.    Round (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   57.    Rounding (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   58.    Safe_First (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   59.    Safe_Last (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   60.    Scale (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   61.    Scaling (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   62.    Signed_Zeros (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   63.    Truncation (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   64.    Unbiased_Rounding (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   65.    Valid (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   66.    Version (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   67.    Wide_Image (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   68.    Wide_Value (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)
   69.    Wide_Width. (No Runtime Support, No Dynamic allocation)

          PRAGMAS

   70.     All_Calls_Remote  (No  Runtime  Support,  No Dynamic allocation)
     --this is a pragma
   71.      Convention   (No   Runtime   Support,  No  Dynamic  allocation)
     --this is a pragma
   72.      Discard_Names  (No  Runtime  Support,  No  Dynamic  allocation)
      --this is a pragma


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                    shivaraman.p
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