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On Saturday June 11, 2016 mahn said:
Not an Ada95 compiler but it can do 64bit arithmetic on a 8086. Size is bellow 1Mb which is perfect for Hp handheld (95lx, 100lx,...).
To compile: ADA sourcefile (it will add the module to the global ada.alb library file).
To Link : LINKLIB module (it will create a module.AXE file)
To interpret: AI module.AXE.
To compile native code: A86 module.AXE
On Thursday February 28, 2008 guest (guest) said:
This is an Ada 83 compiler. There are plenty of freeware Ada 95 compilers (and good quality ones) around.
On Saturday November 3, 2007 guest (guest) said:
ADA is a programming language that was designed for absolute security, integrity, and ease of long-term maintenance. It is one of only a few languages certified for use in safety-critical systems such as nuclear missiles and aerospace applications. It takes longer to write a program in ADA, so it never really took off for widespread programming, through ADA is still used for development of safety critical systems. This is an ADA compiler.
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