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Ad Programming

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Book Id: WPLBN0000694969
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Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: Ad Programming  
Author: Wikibooks Contributors
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Language: English
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Preface: Welcome to the Ada Programming tutorial at Wikibooks. This is the first Ada tutorial covering the Ada 2005 standard. If you are a beginner you will learn the latest standard - if you are a seasoned Ada user you can see what's new. Current Development Stage for Ada Programming is Jul 27, 2005. At this date, there are more than 200 pages in this book, which makes Ada Programming the largest of the programming Wikibooks [1]. But still there is always room for improvement ? do help us to expand Ada Programming. Even beginners will find areas to participate. 1.1 About Ada Ada is a programming language named after Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, which is suitable for all development needs. Ada has built-in features that directly support structured, object-oriented, generic, distributed and concurrent programming. Ada is a good choice for Rapid Application Development, Extreme Programming (XP), and Free Software development.

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Table of Contents Ada Programming.................................................................................................1 1 Preface...............................................................................................................15 1.1 About Ada.................................................................................................16 1.1.1 Programming in the large...................................................................16 1.1.2 Programming in the small..................................................... ...............17 1.1.3 The Language Reference Manual.........................................................17 1.1.4 Ada Conformity Assessment Test Suite...............................................18 1.2 Programming in Ada.................................................. .................................18 1.2.1 Getting Started.................................................... ................................18 1.2.2 Language Features.............................................................................18 1.2.3 Computer Programming.......................................................................19 1.2.4 Language Summary.............................................................................19 1.2.5 Predefined Language Libraries............................................................1.9 1.2.6 Other Language Libraries....................................................................20 1.3 External resources......................................................................................20 1.4 Collections..................................................................................................20 1.4.1 Printable Versions...............................................................................20 1.4.2 Source Code.......................................................................................21 1.5 References................................................................................................21 1.6 See also......................................................................................................21 1.6.1 Resources.............................................................................................21 1.6.2 Manuals and guides................................................... ..........................21 1.6.3 Associations.........................................................................................21 1.6.4 Free online books/course....................................................................21 1.7 Authors and contributors..................................................... .......................22 2 Basic..................................................................................................................22 2.1 Hello, world! programs...........................................................................22 2.1.1 Hello, world!....................................................................................22 2.1.2 Hello, world! with renames..............................................................23 2.1.3 Hello, world! with use.......................................................................24 2.1.4 FAQ: Why is Hello, world! so big?.....................................................24 2.2 Things to look out for................................................................................25 2.2.1 Comb Format.................................................... ...................................25 2.3 Notes...........................................................................................................26 2.3.1 Type and subtype.................................................................................27 2.3.2 Constrained types and unconstrained types.......................................27 2.3.3 Dynamic types.....................................................................................27 2.3.4 Separation of interface.......................................................................27 3 Installing............................................................................................................28 3.1 AdaMagic from SofCheck...................................................... ......................28 3.2 AdaMulti from Green Hills Software...........................................................28 3.3 DEC Ada from HP........................................................................................28 3.4 GNAT, the GNU Ada Compiler from AdaCore and the Free Software

 

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