Out of my element. Zero-size arrays in Ada? 
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 Out of my element. Zero-size arrays in Ada?

        >Of the languages I have looked at so far, only ADA and fortran 90 are
        >sensible in this regard. The Wirth family (Pascal, Modula, ..) seem to
        >require at least one element. C permits an empty STRING but it is
        >implemented as an array with one NULL terminator character.

PL/I allows empty character strings.

Sun, 05 Apr 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
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