This note explains the following topics: Summary of Language, Types and
the type model, Control structures for algorithms, Access types, Subprograms,
Package design, Child library units, Object oriented programming with packages,
Using standard libraries and annexes, Exception management, Generic components,
New names from old ones, Concurrency with tasking.
This note explains the following
topics: C-Syntax Pitfalls and Comparison to Ada, C-Syntax versus Ada Syntax,
loop in Ada, Programming by Contract, Pitfalls and Issues when Programming in
Ada, Identifier Casing and Loop Boundaries, The Order of Expression Evaluation
in Ada, Distinguished Properties of Ada, Types and Subtypes, Constrained Arrays,
Private Types, Polymorphism, Callbacks.
This is a hypertext version of the
Ada 95 Rationale with a full hypertext index and table of contents.This document is in several parts. The first part is
an Introduction to Ada 95; it presents a general discussion of the scope and
objectives of Ada 95 and its major technical features. The second part contains
a more detailed chapter by chapter account of the Core language. The third part
covers the various Annexes which address the predefined environment and the
needs of specialized application areas. This document will be of special value to program managers, team leaders and all
software professionals with concern for the organized development of software.
This document describes the rationale for Ada 95, the revised
International Standard. This note is divided in to several parts. The first
part gives an Introduction to Ada 95. The second part contains a more detailed
chapter by chapter account of the Core language. The third part covers the
various Annexes which address the predefined environment and the needs of
specialized application areas.