REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

Ada 95 Reference Manual: Language and Standard Libraries
ed. by S.T. Taft and R.A. Duff

This manual is essentially identical to ISO/IEC 8652:1995(E), the new international standard for the programming language Ada. It replaces the former standard ISO 8652:1987 for Ada 83. For lasting value, this book is printed on acid-free paper. (548 pages, 1997)
See also: Ada Home book review (July 1997) and DocAda
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Ada 95 Rationale: The Language, The Standard Libraries
ed. by John Barnes

This book is an excellent companion to the Ada 95 reference manual and language standard. It introduces Ada 95 and its powerful new mechanisms, and explains the rationale behind them. Ideal for study in parallel with the reference manual, it is of value for all serious users of Ada. For lasting value, this book is printed on acid-free paper. (474 pages, 1997)
See also: Ada Home book review (July 1997) and DocAda
Prices & orders: softcover ** ($49.95)

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