This text introduces and highlights the important changes from ANSI 83 for the ADA 92 standard, including increased support for object-oriented programming, the introduction of a hierarchical library structure, and the inclusion of protected objects.
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Written by a key member of the original Ada design team, Programming in Ada 95 is destined to be the definitive text and reference for programmers and students alike. Since its precursor, Programming in Ada, was published over 120,000 programmers have learned Ada from Barnes' book.
With the advent of the new ISO standard, Ada 95 becomes the first fully objectoriented programming (OOP) language to be internationally standardized. Its power and flexibility makes it suited to a wide range of complex applications, from process control and industrial design to telecommunications and diagnostic analysis.
Barnes provides complete tutorial coverage of Ada 95, illustrated with many complete programs highlighting the power of objectoriented programming and the security of a modern software engineering language.
"...destined to become the classic text on Ada 95" From the Foreword by S. Tucker Taft, Technical Director of the Ada 95 Design Team
John Barnes has been involved in all stages of Ada's development, as one of the original design team for Ada 83 and an active participant in the revision process. He is President of Ada-Europe and Chairman of Ada UK and has given many tutorials world-wide on Ada design and use.
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Descripción Pearson Education, 1995. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110201877007