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Is there a better way to do this parsing so that the strings I pass to Add_Entry have boundaries that begin with 1?
Also, when I pass a sliced string as an "in" parameter to a procedure, is a copy created on the stack, or is a reference to the original string used? Ada strings are probably the single most different thing between C and Ada.
But you can count on your compiler not creating copies of large arrays just to pass them in to a routine that isn't allowed to modify them anyway. Only a total idiot (or a C compiler) would do such a thing.
If you ever find an Ada compiler doing it report it as a bug. Lastly, in most cases creative use of Ada's scoping rules will allow you to use perfectly-sized constant "fixed" strings. Strings child packages (specific to Fixed, Bounded, or Unbounded strings) provide some helpful subprograms for string processing, like Index() for finding specific strings within other strings--useful for locating embedded blanks :-) There's another GNAT package, GNAT.
If the parameter can fit in a register, it will be passed by copy (or perhaps register).
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