Ada from the Beginning
The new edition of this introduction to programming in Ada focuses on the changes now taking place in the language, with the advent of the Ada 9X standard. A new chapter reviews the features of Ada 9X which support object-oriented programming, and its relationship with object-oriented design. Throughout the book, differences between Ada 83 and Ada 9X are highlighted.
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An Introduction to Computers and Programming
The Construction of Programs
The Basics of Ada
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