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jim hopper <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 15 Feb 1998 11:39:30 -0500
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We don't have all that much on shelve here either i use they
have LOTs of ada books for order.



t 2:30 PM -0500 2/14/98, Michael Feldman wrote:
>> Lots of posts, learn quite a lot lately.  Living in the "boondocks" of =
>> North Dakota I finally made it to the big city.  Fargo.   Went to the =
>> Barnes and Noble book store.  Lots of books on java and c++.  Not one =
>> book on ada.
>> Can someone refer me to a good beginning ada book.  One that never =
>> assumes you've had c or c++.  I got one thru are local library but its =
>> abit old, written back in '88 I think.
>> Thanks Les Hurt
>Surf over to and follow the
>links to books. The current annotated bibliography will give you
>lots of ideas.
>Michael Feldman
>Michael B. Feldman -  chair, SIGAda Education Working Group
>Professor, Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
>The George Washington University -  Washington, DC 20052 USA
>202-994-5919 (voice) - 202-994-0227 (fax)
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> without a Microsoft browser??!!!"
>   -- political cartoon, Washington Post, Jan. 3, 1998
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