Ada: A Developmental Approach

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Computers - 778 pages
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This is the first comprehensive guide to Ada 95, the newly-developed version of Ada.

This comprehensive guide to Ada and Ada 95 retains and extends the software engineering perspective that made the first edition so successful. It provides extensive coverage of Ada 95's new object-oriented features. An object-first approach is used throughout, and program design tools using Booch-style object diagrams and JSP schematics are used to emphasize the importance of quality design. There are extensive flowgraphs and metrics, including OOP and usability metrics. Additional learning material may be found on the Internet.

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Contents

Software development in context
3
The structure of simple Ada programs
13
Using packages and suPprograms
39
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Culwin of South Bank University

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