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>The very low ratio of C++ and JAVA to C still demonstrates that Ada has
>great possibilities in the embedded market.

This is certainly my belief. I still get a strong impression that neither of
those languages is trusted enough to be used in embedded systems where
organisations want the product to work reliably. I'm not just talking about
aircraft and trains, but on more mundane products like alarms, washing machines
and so on.

John

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