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INLINE pragma specifies whether a subprogram invocation is to be inlined. Inlining replaces a subprogram invocation with a copy of the invoked subprogram (if the invoked and invoking subprograms are in the same program unit).
INLINEpragma affects only the immediately following declaration or statement, and only some kinds of statements. For details, see "Subprogram Inlining".
Name of a subprogram. If
subprogram is overloaded, then the
INLINE pragma applies to every subprogram with that name.
'YES' specifies that the subprogram invocation is to be inlined.
'YES' specifies that the subprogram invocation has a high priority for inlining.
Specifies that the subprogram invocation is not to be inlined.