--  Hello --  Hello example in Ada
--  Copyright (C) 2002, 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
--  Written by Stephane Carrez (stcarrez@nerim.fr)
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pragma No_Run_Time;

with BSP;
with BSP.Param;
with BSP.SIO;

procedure Hello is

   use BSP;

   LT : constant Character := Character'Val (16#0A#);
begin
   --  Setup the serial line.
   SIO.Initialize;
   loop
      --  Write the message (character by character, polling mode).
      SIO.Send ("Hello world!" & LT);

      --  We can stop if the BSP knows how to exit(), otherwise loop forever!
      exit when Param.BSP_CAN_EXIT = True;
   end loop;
end Hello;


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