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The Big Online Book of Linux Ada Programming
C and C++ represent the de facto standard for Linux programming. After all the kernel itself is written in C. However C++ is not suitable for all kinds of projects because different computer languages have different strengths and weaknesses. Ada was designed for team development and embedded systems leading to advantages over C in development time and debugging. An in-depth 1995 study by Stephen F. Zeigler (http://www.adaic.com/docs/reports/cada/cada_art.html) showed that development in Ada costs about half that of C++. It also suggests that Ada produces 'almost 90% fewer bugs for the final customer'.
Ada 95 Rationale
Ada is a programming language of special value in the development of large programs which must work reliably. This applies to most defense applications (from which background Ada evolved) and extends to many application domains. Indeed over half the Ada programs now being developed are for non-defense applications.
Ada 95 Reference Manual
Ada is a programming language designed to support the construction of long-lived, highly reliable software systems. The language includes facilities to define packages of related types, objects, and operations. The packages may be parameterized and the types may be extended to support the construction of libraries of reusable, adaptable software components. The operations may be implemented as subprograms using conventional sequential control structures, or as entries that include synchronization of concurrent threads of control as part of their invocation. The language treats modularity in the physical sense as well, with a facility to support separate compilation.
Ada is a computer programming language originally designed to support the construction of long-lived, highly reliable software systems. Its design emphasizes readability, avoids error-prone notation, encourages reuse and team coordination, and it is designed to be efficiently implementable.
Introduction to Ada 95
Ada, an internationally standardized object-oriented language, was designed for programming large, long-lived systems, especially those with stringent reliability requirements. This introduction is a survey of Ada's key features, with a focus on those most useful to embedded programmers.
Ada Programmer's Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
IMPORTANT NOTE: No FAQ can substitute for real teaching and documentation. There is a list of tutorials and an annotated list of Ada books in the companion Learning Ada FAQ.
Ada Tutorial and Free Ada Compilers
You can download the shareware AdaTutor program here. This program covers Ada through Ada 95. It does not discuss Ada 2005. To get started, see the file README.TXT. Please note that, since the program was written, our E-address has changed to email@example.com and our postal address has changed to JOHN J HERRO, 6542 CHESAPEAKE RUN, CINCINNATI OH 45248-6803, U.S.A. We wish you success with Ada
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