Ada Quality and Style Guide
Publisher: Wikibooks 2011
The purpose of this guide is to help computer professionals produce better Ada programs by identifying a set of stylistic guidelines that will directly impact the quality of their Ada programs. The guidelines also provide usage examples, in addition to possible exceptions to applying the guidelines.
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