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"Alexander E. Kopilovich" <[log in to unmask]>
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Alexander E. Kopilovich
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Thu, 16 Dec 2004 03:54:44 +0300
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> > Why would I want to use Ada for small projects?
>
> Why wouldn't you want to use Ada for small projects? Isn't the need for
> correctness of a project independent of the project's size?

But what is "small" here - in which dimension the project is small?
Whether it means small number of source code lines or small slot of time
allocated for the project or small budget for it or small justification
(or even small understanding) of its purpose?

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