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2.9 Reserved Words

Syntax

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The following are the reserved words. Within a program, some or all of the letters of a reserved word may be in upper case, and one or more characters in category other_format may be inserted within or at the end of the reserved word. 
abortelsenewreturn
abselsifnotreverse
abstractendnull 
acceptentry select
accessexceptionofseparate
aliasedexitorsubtype
all otherssynchronized
andforout 
arrayfunctionoverridingtagged
at  task
 genericpackageterminate
begingotopragmathen
body privatetype
 ifprocedure 
caseinprotecteduntil
constantinterface use
 israise 
declare rangewhen
delaylimitedrecordwhile
deltaloopremwith
digits renames 
domodrequeuexor
NOTES
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8  The reserved words appear in lower case boldface in this International Standard, except when used in the designator of an attribute (see 4.1.4). Lower case boldface is also used for a reserved word in a string_literal used as an operator_symbol. This is merely a convention — programs may be written in whatever typeface is desired and available. 

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