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Rod Chapman <[log in to unmask]>
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I have "steamed in" to this thread with my usual tact and subtlety... :-)

 - Rod

 



	-----Original Message----- 

	From: Team Ada: Ada Programming Language Advocacy (83 & 95) on behalf of Dirk Craeynest 

	Sent: Sat 18/09/2004 07:30 

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	Subject: Ada thread in comp.realtime newsgroup

	

	



	FYI, there's a thread entitled "RTeal-time Ada Programming Rules ?"

	in the comp.realtime newsgroup.

	

	Some of you more eloquent then I am, might want to respond to the

	misinformation spread there about the "wretched performance" of "lots

	of [] Ada idioms" in general and the unsuitability of Ada tasking in

	particular...

	

	Dirk ([log in to unmask] for Ada-Belgium/Europe/WG9 mail)

	

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