Programming in Ada 95

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Addison-Wesley, 1998 - Computers - 702 pages
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Written by a key member of the original Ada design team ' Programming in Ada 95' and its predecessor, ' Programming in Ada' have long been established as the definitive texts on Ada. Now John Barnes has revised and updated this classic book to enhance its value to both Ada newcomers and veteran Ada programmers alike.

Ada 95 is the first fully object oriented language to become an ISO standard, its power and flexibility make it suited to a wide range of complex applications, from process control and industrial design to telecommunications and diagnostic analysis.This book provides complete tutorial coverage of all the core features of the language, illustrated throughout with extensive examples. Key Features
* Six new examples of complete programs included as distinct chapters, with commentary

* CD featuring special edition of ObjectAda compiler, including online Ada Reference Manual

* More on overall program structure, child units and object oriented programming

* Further detail on the predefined library

* New edition also features a broader overview in the introductory chapters and further discussions of advanced topics such as storage pools and an extended index.
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Contents

Part
3
Simple Concepts
11
Abstraction
27
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

John Barnes is the award-winning author of "Orbital Resonance, A Million Open Doors, Mother of Storms, Earth Made of Glass, The Merchants of Souls, Candle," and many other novels. With Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin, he wrote the novels "Encounter with Tiber" and "The Return," He lives in Colorado.

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