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    Ada Programming book at Wikipedia

    10th March 2007

    About a month ago I found this good Ada Programming book at Wikipedia Books.

    I already have some (minor) knowledge in Ada, and read some books/tutorials. I had only started reading the above-mentioned book, but from the very “Basics” I liked the narration and details provided (e.g., I do not recollect encountering the renaming of packages as a short-cut used instead of ‘use’ing packages).

    If the book continues in at least the same style, depth and examples enrichment, then I can recommend this book for those who want to study/refresh the Ada Programming knowledge and skills.

    It is from this book that I learned that GNAT “is the only Ada compiler that supports all of the optional annexes of the language standard”.


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    1. Ada: Type System » Autarchy of the Private Cave Says:

      [...] If you didn’t read the Ada programming book I earlier recommended, then here’s the excerpt on Ada type system. [...]

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