[GNAT] This restriction guarantees that exceptions are never propagated to an outer subprogram scope. The only case in which an exception may be raised is when the handler is statically in the same subprogram, so that the effect of a raise is essentially like a goto statement. Any other raise statement (implicit or explicit) will be considered unhandled. Exception handlers are allowed, but may not contain an exception occurrence identifier (exception choice). In addition, use of the package GNAT.Current_Exception is not permitted, and reraise statements (raise with no operand) are not permitted.