Ada in Action, Second Edition
by Do-While Jones
Number of pages: 153
This book is not intended to teach you the Ada programming language. You should already be familiar with Ada syntax and semantics. My goal is to share with you the experiences I've had using Ada in engineering applications. I hope these pages will help you avoid some common pitfalls. Most of all, I hope I can help you fill your bag-of-tricks with some reusable Ada routines.
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