- A statement defines an action to be performed upon its execution.
- This section describes the general rules applicable to all statements. Some
statements are discussed in later sections: Procedure_call_statements and
return_statements are described in Section 6, ``Subprograms''.
Entry_call_statements, requeue_statements, delay_statements, accept_statements,
select_statements, and abort_statements are described in
Section 9, ``Tasks and Synchronization''. Raise_statements are described
in Section 11, ``Exceptions'', and code_statements in
Section 13. The remaining forms of statements are presented in this section.
Clauses and Subclauses
- Simple and Compound Statements - Sequences of Statements
- Assignment Statements
- If Statements
- Case Statements
- Loop Statements
- Block Statements
- Exit Statements
- Goto Statements
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