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  1. Ada 95: The Craft of Object-Oriented Programming by John English, 1996-10-24
  2. Programming With Ada: An Introduction by Means of Graduated Examples (Prentice-Hall software series) by Peter Wegner, 1980-04
  3. Programming in ADA by Richard S. Wiener, Richard F. Sincovec, 1983-03-23
  4. Embedded Programming in Ada by Theodore Elbert, 1986-10
  5. Comparing and Assessing Programming Languages: ADA, C. and PASCAL by Alan R. Feuer, 1984-03
  6. Good Programming Practice in Ada (Computer science texts) by Paul A. Luker, 1987-06
  7. Concurrent Programming in Ada (The Ada Companion Series) by Alan Burns, 1986-01-31
  8. Reference Manual for the Ada Programming Language by American National Standards Institute, 1983-06
  9. Programming in Ada: Plus an Overview of Ada 9X (International Computer Science Series) by J. G. P. Barnes, 1993-09
  10. Programming Concepts With the Ada Language (Pbi Series for the Computer and Data Processing Professional) by Roy S. Freedman, 1982-07
  11. Distributed Programming in Ada with Protected Objects by Pascal Ledru, 1998-12-15
  12. Ada Programming With Applications by Eugen N. Vasilescu, 1987-02
  13. ADA Programming Language by Ian Pyle, 1985-06
  14. Ada: A First Course in Programming and Software Engineering (International Computer Science Series) by David Bover, Kevin J. Maciunas, et all 1992-01

21. Ada Programming Support Environment Synonyms, Ada Programming Support Environmen
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22. Ada Home: The Home Of The Brave Ada Programmers (HBAP)
Ada Home, the Home of the Brave Ada Programmers (HBAP) entry page here is support and resources for those who need or want to learn, use, teach, and/or spread Ada.
First-time guests of the Ada Home, please read our Welcome Guide and enjoy your visit!
About Ada Home
explains our mission and vision. Ada Home: the Home of the Brave Ada Programmers (HBAP)
Ada Home: The Web Site for Ada
H OME: Since March 1994 this server provides a home to users and potential users of Ada, a modern programming language designed to support sound software engineering principles and practices. D IRECTIONS: New articles and announcements are highlighted below, followed by the tabulated view of Floors and Selected Rooms If you can't find what you want from this entry page, please see our extensive site guide or explore the individual floors. U NIQUENESS: The Ada Home Floors and Rooms contain many unique tools and resources to help you expand your knowledge and increase your productivity. For instance, we have the Ada 95 Reference Manual (rm95) in hypertext, an Online Bookshop , and the Ada FAQs H EADLINES The Floors:




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23. AdaERL
Interface that lets you access Erlang nodes from the Ada programming language.
Erlang/Ada interface
This set of Ada packages allow an Ada application to act as a regular Erlang node. AdaERL 0.1 can be downloaded under the BSD licence.
Get the development version
You can get the current development version using Mercurial

24. Ada Programming Language Resources For Educators And Students
Ada is the only internationallyrecognized objectoriented programming language. Inventedoriginally for defense use, it has since grown into a programminglanguage that is well

25. April 29, 1997 Paige Memorandum On Use Of The Ada Programming Language
back to faq. assistant secretary of defense 6000 defense pentagon washington, dc 203016000 april 29, 1997 command, control, communications and intelligence
WASHINGTON, DC 20301-6000 April 29, 1997

SUBJECT: Use of the Ada Programming Language Last year, I asked the National Academy of Sciences' National Research Council Computer Science and Telecommunications Board to study the Department of Defense (DoD) software policies. After carefully reviewing and considering the Board's final report , I have directed my staff to undertake the necessary actions to revise the policy contained in DoD Directive 3405.1

26. Ada World
Tries to promote the Ada programming language, as well as being a good reference site to learn from and a place to see current Ada projects.

27. Ada Programming
The Any Competent Programmer BS An columnist wrote an article asking ' Why aren't developers interested in Ada ', which was pretty good, but the first comment
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The "Any Competent Programmer" BS
The "Any Competent Programmer" BS : "An columnist wrote an article asking ' Why aren't developers interested in Ada ', which was pretty good, but the first comment on the article kinda got me going.
Scottish Martin's comments do absolutely make some good points, and I had no quibble with them. He ends his comment, though, with one of my pet peeves: 'A professional team can develop quality software whatever the chosen implementation language and toolset.' (And that just set me offthough Martin's just in the wrong place at the wrong time. :-)
That statement is analogous to the 'Any competent programmer can write good code in any language' trope.
The advocated language could be Ada, Lisp, Haskell, or any of many others that face an uphill struggle for acceptance. The advocacy is dismissed with the claim that programming language choice just doesn't make much difference, and after all, a competent programmer can write quality software in any language.
While this claim about the ability to create good code may be true, it's irrelevant, and is usually thrown in the face of a developer who is advocating the use of a programming language that differs from the corporate herd selection, in order to shut them up, which it too often does. The claim, though, begs the question of how much it costs, in time and money, to develop that quality software using a chosen language and toolset. And whether a different choice could lead to quality software being developed faster and more cheaply, thereby encouraging the creation of even more quality software.

28. Catalog Of Compilers: Ada
Diverse, almost two decades old tools for Ada programming.
language: Ada
Ada grammar
Version: Parts:
scanner(lex), parser(yacc)
Author: Location: or email to
Description: Contact:
October 12th, 1991
Version: Parts:
translator(?), interpreter, ?
Author: Location:
Ada/Ed is a translator-interpreter for Ada. It is intended as a teaching tool, and does not have the capacity, performance, or robustness of commercial Ada compilers. Ada/Ed was developed at New York University, as part of a long-range project in language definition and software prototyping.
Ada 83. Last validated with version 1.7 of the ACVC tests. being an interpreter, it does not implement most representation clauses, and thus does not support systems programming close to the machine level.
Unix, MSDOS, Amiga, Atari
Contact: Updated:
May 8th, 1992

29. The Ada Programming Language
History. The Ada language is the result of the most extensive and most expensive language design effort ever undertaken. Up until 1974 half of the applications at The
The Ada Programming Language
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Significant Language Features Areas of Application Sample Programs ... Printed References
The Ada language is the result of the most extensive and most expensive language design effort ever undertaken. Up until 1974 half of the applications at The Department of Defense were embedded systems. An embedded system is one where the computer hardware is embedded in the device it controls. More than 450 programming languages were used to implement different DoD projects, and none of them were standardized. Because of this, software was rarely reused. For these reasons, the Army, Navy, and Air Force proposed to develop a high-level language for embedded systems.
Significant Language Features
  • Packages - Data types, data objects, and procedure specifications can be encapsulated into a package. This supports the program design of data abstraction.
  • Exception Handling - Ada has very good exception handling capabilities which allow the program to handle its own run-time errors.
  • Generic Program Units - It is possible to write a procedure (for example, a sorting procedure) which does not require a data type to be specified.

30. What Is ADA Programming? |
What Is ADA Programming?. Ada is a highlevel, structured programming language named after the nineteenth century mathematician Augusta Ada Lovelace. It was developed
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By David Dunning eHow Contributor updated: September 4, 2010 I want to do this! What's This? Ada is a high-level, structured programming language named after the nineteenth century mathematician Augusta Ada Lovelace. It was developed originally for mission-critical military applications.
  • Ada was designed originally in the 1970s, but was revised in the 1980s to produce Ada 83 and again in the 1990s to produce Ada 95, the first object-oriented language to be recognized by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The latest version of Ada, Ada 2005, was also produced under the guidance of the ISO.
  • Structure
  • Ada has simple syntax, or programming "grammar," but nevertheless supports structured control statements, subroutines and parallel processing. It can also handle its own runtime errors, or "exceptions." Ada 95 adds support for object-oriented programming, which is organized around objects and data rather than actions and logic.
  • Applications
  • Defense, banking, communications, computer-aided design and manufacturing industries have successfully used Ada to develop applications.
  • 31. ADA Programming Jobs - Browse Keywords | Juju Job Search
    Browse ADA Programming jobs from 1,000s of job boards and employer web sites in one place. Juju makes your ADA Programming job search faster and more comprehensive.

    32. Adalog Home Page
    A company specialized in services related to the Ada programming language training, expertise and consulting.
    Consulting Adalog has moved!

    Our new adress: 2 rue du Docteur Lombard
    92441 Issy-les-Moulineaux Cedex
    Tel: +33 (0) 1 45 29 21 52
    Workshop on using Object Oriented Ada in High-Integrity Systems
    Organised by Adalog during the SIGAda conference , all details here
    Vous pouvez lire cette page en français
    ADALOG : fulfilling your needs in training and consulting for Ada.
    Directed by J-P. Rosen, an independent expert, ADALOG benefits from a long-time experience in training and consulting for Ada 83, Ada 95, and object oriented methods. ADALOG can make custom developments in Ada, and provide highly specialized staff. In addition, ADALOG is an official laboratory for the validation of Ada compilers. More info on this here
    On this site, you'll find information about:
    Search Adalog's web site with AdaControl
    the free Ada coding rules checker
    For other information:
    If you need training, consulting, or expertise services in Ada, software engineering, HOOD, OO methods, etc., send us a note about your needs, and we'll be happy to answer your questions !

    33. Ada 95 QUALITY AND STYLE Guide
    Guidelines for professional programmers and best practises for Ada programming.
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    Ada 95 Quality and Style Guide
    SPC-94093-CMC Version 01.00.10 October 1995
    Prepared for the
    Department of Defense Ada Joint Program Office
    Produced by the
    SOFTWARE PRODUCTIVITY CONSORTIUM SPC Building 2214 Rock Hill Road Herndon, Virginia 22070 In This Guide: Table of Contents
    Chapter 1

    Chapter 2

    Chapter 3

    Ada-ASSURED is a trademark of GrammaTech, Inc. ADARTS is a service mark of the Software Productivity Consortium Limited Partnership. IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. VAX is a registered trademark of Digital Equipment Corporation. The X Window System is a trademark of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Other product names, or names of platforms referenced herein may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies, and they are used for identification purposes only.

    34. Ada Resource Assoc.'s Ada Information Clearinghouse Home Page
    The Ada Information Clearinghouse is the Ada Resource Association's official Web site on the Ada programming language and on software engineering.
    Spotlighting an ARA member: Click here for the current AdaIC sponsor spotlight.

    at Work

    Why Ada?


    Expressive vs. permissive languages: Is that the question?

    is an article that explores static analyzability of various programming languages including Ada. Become an ARA sponsor!
    outlines the benefits of ARA sponsorships, and introduces a new, inexpensive sponsorship level. The A-Z of Programming Languages: Ada
    is a new interview with S. Tucker Taft about the history of Ada and programming language design. Ada does Multicore and multiprocessors, and has since it was created in the 1970s. Using Ada allows one to take advantage of decades of experience in this area. The Ada programming language is designed for embedded systems, safety-critical software, and large projects that require portability and maintainability. For example, over 99 percent of the aviation software in the Boeing 777 is in Ada. Not surprisingly, Ada was the first object-oriented design programming language to be accepted as an International Standard. The language is named after Ada Byron , Countess of Lovelace, who was the first published computer programmer and daughter of the poet Lord Byron.

    35. Jerry's Ada On Win32 Page
    Packages and useful information concerning Ada programming on the Windows platform.
    Jerry's Ada on Win32 Page
    last updated march-13-2002
    What's new
    UPDATES AS OF March-13-2002
  • Updated the GNU Pascal page.

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  • Added a Minix page.

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  • Added a GNU Pascal page.

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  • Moved again to another site New native AdaSockets package Links updated.

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  • New version of the DOS SVGA package Links updated.

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  • The latest on AdaGraph Free Win32 Ada Compilers Win32 utility programs Win32 programs and packages ... Who is Jerry ?
  • Jerry van Dijk Last Updated march-13-2002

    36. Ada Info--Ada Programming Language Training Classes
    A list of corporation that offer Ada training. The Ada Information Clearinghouse is the Ada Resource Association's official Web site on the Ada programming language and on software


    at Work

    Why Ada?

    • Absolute Software
      Advanced Ada Programming
      Course duration
      : 5 days
      Target Audience: All programmers, designers, and systems engineers.
      Overview: Second in a two-part series. Students will learn how Ada 95 supports reuse with generics, concurrency, and domain-specific development, and study syntax and semantics for advanced data typing, generics, tasking, and low-level programming. Prerequisites: "Introduction to Ada 95 Programming" or equivalent.
      Absolute Software offers many Ada private courses, including ones for real-time, and public Ada courses. Or go to their home page to see lists of both.
    • AdaCore Introduction to Ada programming (including Ada 95 features) Course duration: 5 days Target audience: Programmers with little or no Ada background This course provides a full introduction to programming in Ada. Classic programming features are discussed, but the emphasis is on Ada's support for constructing modular, portable, and reliable systems. Special attention will be given to presenting the new features of Ada 95 including those supporting object-oriented programming. Students should have a basic grounding in one or more modern programming languages as a prerequisite. For all of Ada Core Technologies' courses, please see their

    37. Att Skriva Ett Ada-program
    Kort beskrivning av hur programmering i Ada g r till.
    Att skriva ett Ada-program
    • Strukturering av Adaprogram
      • "Paket" (moduler) i Ada
      • Procedurdeklarationer
    • Processer och processinteraction i Ada
      • Specifikation av processer
      • Processtyper
      • Processernas implementeringsdelar
      Strukturering av Adaprogram
      "Paket" (moduler) i Ada
      generiska , eftersom de är genrellt användbara för en flertal olika typer av data. För att använda ett generiskt paket så måste man skapa ett komplet paketet med den saknade informationen. Detta kallas för att instantiera ett paket. I exemplet nedan finns raden: PACKAGE I_io IS NEW Integer_io (INTEGER); Med den raden skapas ett nytt paket kallat "I_io" genom att man anger att det generiska paketet "Integer_io" (som kan handskas med generella heltal, oavsett representation, godtyckligt stora) skall användas för tal av heltalstypen "INTEGER". in- och utmatning av heltal och flyttal . I package standard Obs
      gcc -gnatq -m10 -c main.adb gnatbl -o exempel main.ali exempel
      Processer och processinteraktion i Ada
      tasks specifikationsdel entry processkroppen
      Specifikation av processer
      TASK name;

    38. Ada To C/cpp Translator
    A converter software which allows C/C++ source files to be generated from Ada83 and Ada95 source files. It doesn t translate all the code but tries to translate it as best as possible to obtain C/C++ code with the fewest bugs possible and whose execution is as near as possible to the original Ada program execution. Freeware
    Ada to C/C++ translator Home page
    Free software !
    Current release : 1.0.2 Beta
    Ada to C/C++ translator is now released under GPL license.
    You can download sources and contribute to the project.
    For further informations go to the build page
    English version
    French version
    Contacts :

    39. Rationale For The Design Of The Ada Programming Language
    By J. Ichbiah, J.G.P. Barnes, R.J. Firth, M. Woodger; Cambridge University Press, 1991, ISBN 0521392675. Ada design development rationale, with corrections to original by Ada Joint Program Office. Cambridge University Press

    40. Ada Programming
    Ada Programming is a tutorial teaching the Ada programming language. Ada puts unique emphasis on, and provides strong support for, good software engineering practices that scale

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