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Bill Taylor <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 26 Mar 1999 15:06:21 -0000
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> Have you read the second edition of Barnes' book?  The difference in
> depth is not what it once was.

second edition?

The book "Programming in Ada" had four editions, the last of which had an
overview of Ada 9X as it then was.

The successor book, "Programming in Ada 95" is Ada 95 specific - are you
referring to this?


regards
Bill Taylor ([log in to unmask])


-----Original Message-----
From: Team Ada: Ada Advocacy Issues (83 & 95)
[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Pat Rogers
Sent: 26 March 1999 14:24
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Subject: Re: Picking a text book


>>I am about to recommend a text book on Ada95 for a
>>course for experienced Ada83 programmers.
>>
>>So far, we have pruned down to two main contenders,
>>Barnes and Cohen. Does anyone have an opinion?
>>
>Cohen has more depth, and a nice feature at the end of each
chapter -- a
>summary of the differences between Ada83 and Ada95 for the material
covered in
>that chapter.

Have you read the second edition of Barnes' book?  The difference in
depth is not what it once was.

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