T'Null_Parameter denotes an imaginary object of
type or subtype T allocated at machine address zero. The attribute
is allowed only as the default expression of a formal parameter, or as
an actual expression of a subprogram call. In either case, the
subprogram must be imported.
The identity of the object is represented by the address zero in the argument list, independent of the passing mechanism (explicit or default).
This capability is needed to specify that a zero address should be passed for a record or other composite object passed by reference. There is no way of indicating this without the Null_Parameter attribute.