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Date: Friday, March 26, 1999 12:44 AM
Subject: 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.

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