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eBook Programming in Ada: Plus an Overview of Ada 9X (International Computer Science Series) ePub

eBook Programming in Ada: Plus an Overview of Ada 9X (International Computer Science Series) ePub

by J. G. P. Barnes

  • ISBN: 0201624079
  • Category: Programming Languages
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: J. G. P. Barnes
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley; Subsequent edition (September 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 632
  • ePub book: 1698 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1130 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 134

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A must have reference if you are doing Ada programming. One person found this helpful.

This is a great book for anyone using Ada 83 (which is still in heavy use in many defense companies). A must have reference if you are doing Ada programming.

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It highlights all features of Ada that will be affected; summarizes important changes; and provides details of syntax changes. A great book for Ada 83 users. com User, March 20, 2000. This is a great book for anyone using Ada 83 (which is still in heavy use in many defense companies).

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International computer science series. Programming in Ada : plus an overview of ADA 9X, by: Barnes, J. G. P. Published: (1993). Programming in ADA, by: Barnes, J. Published: (1989). Published: (1984). Programming in Ada 95, by: Barnes, J. Published: (1995). Published: (1998).

Ada-Europe International Conference. Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 688). It is shown how these features are built into Ada without the sacrifice of the well-known strong typing.

This is the first Ada tutorial covering the Ada 2005 and 2012 standards.

Programming in Ada 95 by . Now John Barnes has revised and updated this classic book to enhance its value to both Ada newcomers and veteran Ada programmers alike.

Hypertext version of Ada 95 RM, revised Ada International Standard ISO/IEC 8652:1995. Barnes; Addison-Wesley, 1998, ISBN 0201342936, has CD-ROM. Ada 95: The Craft of Object-Oriented Programming By John English; Prentice Hall, 1996, ISBN 0132303507. Proceedings, Ada-Europe International Conference, Dublin, June 1990; most important European Ada event, world-wide delegates.

The fourth edition of this text and reference remains focused on the current ANSI 83 standard and reflects the imminent Ada 9X standard in three ways: highlights all features of Ada that will be affected by the Ada 9X standard, and describes their design rationale in detail; summarizes important changes, including the increased support for object-oriented programming, the introduction of hierarchical library structure and the inclusion of protected objects; and provides details syntax changes in appendices for easy access.

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Went Tyu Went Tyu
John was one of the creators of Ada83 and his books have long been regarded as the "Bibles' of the Ada language. This is a great book for anyone using Ada 83 (which is still in heavy use in many defense companies). It also gives a nice intoduction to the new Ada 95 (called Ada 9x at the time of this edition). This book covers the entire language in great detail yet avoids many of the 'language lawyer' issues that might confuse the beginning Ada programmer. I have used Ada for about 10 years in avionics and simulation applications and have always recommended John's books to newcommers to Ada. The inclusion of more complete examples would have helped (and have been added in later editions). While there are many good books on Ada available, this one still ranks as one of the best. It should not be the only book you use to learn the language (if you're really serious) but it should be one of them!
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A must have reference if you are doing Ada programming. This book fully covers the original (Ada 83) version of the language.