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High-Resolution Color Graphics for Education in Ada 95
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November 1999

Michael Feldman
Department of Computer Science
The George Washington University
Washington, DC 20052
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http://www.seas.gwu.edu/~mfeldman

We are happy to announce some interesting color graphics
programs for education with Ada 95. These are AdaGraph,
a platform-independent Ada 95 interface for simple 2-dimensional
high-resolution color graphics, and Spider, an animated turtle-
graphics-like system for learning algorithms in first-semester
courses.

Both are in active use at GW and elsewhere, are available at
no cost for Windows 95/98/NT and Apple Macintosh and can be
downloaded from

http://www.seas.gwu.edu/~mfeldman/cs1book/software.html

AdaGraph was originally developed for Windows 95/98/NT by
Jerry van Dijk, and re-implemented for the Apple Power Macintosh
running under Tenon's MachTen CodeBuilder by Jim Hopper, Michael
Feldman, and John Matthews.

Spider was written by Michael Feldman as an extension of work
by John Dalbey.

Enjoy! Please e-mail us and tell us how you like this!

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