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Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2000 09:15:39 +0100
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Glenn

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Bill Taylor ([log in to unmask])
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-----Original Message-----
From: Glenn Booker [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 12 September 2000 15:48
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Subject: Re: Ada Yearbook Millennium Edition



Is there a distributor in the United States?  A quick check of Amazon
doesn't show it available here.

Glenn

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Date:         Mon, 11 Sep 2000 16:43:37 +0100

>Ada Yearbook Millennium Edition
>===============================
>
>What is the Ada Yearbook?
>
>A vital reference containing long-term information about the Ada language,
>its community and its supporting infrastructure.
>
>Who needs the Ada Yearbook?
>
>Senior Decision Makers,  Software Engineers,
>Programmers,  Training Departments,  Project Managers,
>Quality Engineers,  Tool Developers,  Academics
>
>What does the Ada Yearbook contain?
>
>Extensively redesigned for the Millenium Edition, the Yearbook contains a
>wealthy of information organised for ease of reference in the following
>sections:
>
> Language information.
> Details of Compilers and Tools, including low cost & free tools.
> Project information, including lists of who is using Ada.
> Details of Components for Ada systems, including libraries and bindings.
> Experiences with the language.
> Updates on the validation process.
> Sources of Training.
> Academic support for use of Ada in education.
> Further sources of information, a selective guide to the huge amount of
>information available about Ada, much of it in the public domain.
>
>Here you will find information about the language, its applications, its
>supporting infra-structure, and the large number of tools and components
>available for use with the language, many of them low cost or free.  Newly
>restructured and cross-indexed, you will easily find information relevant
to
>your particular needs.
>
>428 pages, including index.     Softcover.     ISBN 0-9534590-1-2
>
>Price: 35 UK pounds including postage & package.
>
>For information on how to order the Yearbook, contact Ada UK:
>
>        tel: +44 1904 412740
>     e-mail: [log in to unmask]
>

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