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Tony,

There are two that I know of:
1. AdaMentor 95 is professionally done based on "Programming in Ada 95"
   by John Barnes. Registration includes a copy of the book.
   see http://www.adasoft.com/products/adamentor/adamentor.html
2. The other is WebAda http://adaic.org/compilers/webada/

If that's not it, there are a number of other at
http://www.adapower.com/learn/


Rush Kester
Software Systems Engineer
Disclosure: AdaSoft, the company I work for developed AdaMentor 95

AdaSoft at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tony [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 02, 2000 6:04 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Web tutorial with built in compiler
>
>
> Hey all!
>
> It has been several years, but for some reason I remember
> seeing a tutorial
> (or something of this nature) on the web that had a built in
> compiler.  The
> viewer of the page could put code in a text box, and press
> the button and
> compile their code.  I think this had to do with Ada, but now
> I can remember
> where I saw it.  Any hints?
>
> Tony
>
>
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