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Yes, I agree.  I don't think knowledge of Ada is
required, but a basic practitioner's understanding
of programming is probably the differentiating
factor.

I've submitted my five stars already.

-- Dave


Pat Rogers wrote:
>
> >It's interesting that those who know something
> >about Ada give it 5 stars, and those who know
> >nothing (generally seem to be students) hate
> >the book and give it 1 star.  Nothing in between.
>
> Probably.  The Preface indicates that it isn't intended for those that
> know nothing about programming, but perhaps it should be said on the
> back cover!  In any case, I suggest that those of us that like the
> book say so at amazon.com!

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