1 This International Standard specifies:
- 2 The form of a program written in Ada;
- 3 The effect of translating and executing such a program;
- 4 The manner in which program units may be combined to form Ada programs;
- 5 The language-defined library units that a conforming implementation is required to supply;
- 6 The permissible variations within the standard, and the manner in which they are to be documented;
- 7 Those violations of the standard that a conforming implementation is required to detect, and the effect of attempting to translate or execute a program containing such violations;
- 8 Those violations of the standard that a conforming implementation is not required to detect.
9 This International Standard does not specify:
- 10 The means whereby a program written in Ada is transformed into object code executable by a processor;
- 11 The means whereby translation or execution of programs is invoked and the executing units are controlled;
- 12 The size or speed of the object code, or the relative execution speed of different language constructs;
- 13 The form or contents of any listings produced by implementations; in particular, the form or contents of error or warning messages;
- 14 The effect of unspecified execution.
- 15 The size of a program or program unit that will exceed the capacity of a particular conforming implementation.