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Annex B


Interface to Other Languages

{interface to other languages} {language (interface to non-Ada)} {mixed-language programs} This Annex describes features for writing mixed-language programs. General interface support is presented first; then specific support for C, COBOL, and Fortran is defined, in terms of language interface packages for each of these languages. 
Ramification: This Annex is not a “Specialized Needs” annex. Every implementation must support all non-optional features defined here (mainly the package Interfaces). 

Language Design Principles

Ada should have strong support for mixed-language programming. 

Extensions to Ada 83

{extensions to Ada 83} Much of the functionality in this Annex is new to Ada 95. 

Wording Changes from Ada 83

This Annex contains what used to be RM83-13.8.

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