No, sorry, that's not right. It is true that the older Ada 83 didn't completely support object-oriented (OO) programming. Ada 83 was the closest non-OO programming language to support OO programming, and so it was often called an `object-based' language. Ada 95 has enhanced Ada 83 to become a fully object-oriented programming language, including inheritance.

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