System-dependent basic I/O routines for Data General
Date/Time of Processing: Monday 30 May 1994 10:13:24Pm Overall Assessment of System: OK Classification of System: B Basis of Classification -- Syntax Errors PASS Completeness PASS Independence from External Libraries FAIL Independence from a Specific Ada Compiler PASS Explanations for failures -- System withs non-standard library units that are not provided Number of ... Files 1 Library Units 2 Lines 169 Statements 59 Comments 42 Unidentified Withed Units -- 5 unidentified withed units
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SYSDEP provides GET, PUT, and IS_VALID_CHARACTER as basic I/O routines which are defined as follows: GET - return the next character from the console without any interpretation (all 128 ASCII characters may be input with exceptions as noted by IS_VALID_CHARACTER) and without echo PUT - output the indicated character without interpretation This simple pair of defined functions permits a more flexible and constant I/O configuration than that provided by TEXT_IO and opens up the door to future tools written in Ada, such as communications servers. Adaption of SYSDEP to interface thru CAIS definitions, when such definitions are established and placed in use, can be done at a later time. OPEN_CONSOLE and CLOSE_CONSOLE must be called before the first use of PUT or GET and after the last use of PUT or GET, resp.
DATE VERSION AUTHOR HISTORY 1/21/85 1.0 Richard Conn Initial Release
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