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"W. Wesley Groleau (Wes)" <[log in to unmask]>
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W. Wesley Groleau (Wes)
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Wed, 14 May 1997 15:42:17 -0500
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> > "In 1992 the Military Academies still do not teach Ada as their
> > primary language."  This is not good.

> That was then, this is now. Both West Point and the Air Force Academy
> have switched to Ada as their CS1 language, and are indeed continuing
> it throughout the curriculum. There's no much hope for Annapolis,
> but then the Navy has always has its own way of doing everything.

I had heard about Air Force, but hadn't heard about Army.  I'll still
say something about Navy.  (For that matter, perhaps DoT could be
influenced regarding the Coast Guard and Merchant Marine academies...

> For the latest and greatest info on Ada in CS1 and CS2-ish courses,
> see http://www.seas.gwu.edu/faculty/mfeldman/CS1-2.html. You will
> see both Army and Air Force there.

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