Ada An Introduction
Saib, Sabina H.
This text provides a well-organized, well-written, and highly-effective introduction to Ada, a modern programming language used extensively in the U.S. Department of Defense, most companies who do business with DoD, and elsewhere. Any student familiar generally with computers should be able to understand and master the Ada programming language using this text.
Numerous examples and problems serve not only to illustrate key concepts, but also as models for students to think creatively and write their own programs. All examples have been tested using an Ada compiler.
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|Preface: Some Background on Ada|
|Names in Ada|
|Predefined Data Types|
|Constants and Expressions|
|Arrays, Strings, and Records|
|Formatted Input and Output|
|Using Ada for Design|
|Real Time Interfaces|
|The Ada Environment|
|ASCII Character Set|
|Input Output Packages|
|Package System and Package Calendar|
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