The NACA 6-Series airfoil profile is automatically generated according to the series designation (63, 64, 65, etc.), the ideal lift coefficient, and the thickness to chord ratio and the functions that specify the airfoil shape. The airfoil name will also automatically be altered as these parameters are changed according to convention. Note that you also have the mean line x/c = a value which indicates the location along the chord where the chordwise loading changes from uniform to linearly decreasing toward the trailing edge.
The “6A” series aims to alleviate the sharp trailing edge cusp that is present in normal 6-series airfoils. It is important to note that for 6A series airfoils, the upper and lower surfaces are relatively straight from about 0.8c to the trailing edge which implies that a = 0.8 for this class of airfoils by definition.
[Abbot and Doenhoff, “Theory of Wing Sections”, section 6.8, 1959]