by Dale Stanbrough
Number of pages: 164
The book covers the history of Ada, sample programs, lexical conventions, basics types of Ada, control structures, arrays, records, subprograms, packages, generics, exceptions, files, access types, object oriented features of Ada, concurrency support, language interfaces, idioms, designing Ada programs.
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This guide helps computer professionals produce better Ada programs by identifying a set of stylistic guidelines that will impact the quality of their Ada programs. The guidelines also provide usage examples, in addition to possible exceptions.
by Laurent Guerby
This document describes the rationale for Ada 95, the revised International Standard. It introduces to Ada 95 and its features, gives a detailed account of the core language, covers the various annexes which address the predefined environment, etc.
This text is an Ada programming language tutorial. Ada puts emphasis on good software engineering practices that scale well to very large software systems. This is the first Ada tutorial covering the new Ada 2005 standard.
by John English - Prentice Hall
A beginner's introduction to Ada 95, it uses an example-driven approach that gradually develops large case-study type programs. The text also covers exception handling, user-defined types, procedures, functions, and packages.