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Programming and Problem Solving with Ada 95 [Paperback]

Nell Dale , Chip Weems , John W. McCormick

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2 Mar 2000 0763707929 978-0792376767 2nd Revised edition
Programming and Problem Solving with Ada 95 provides a solid introduction to programming while introducing the capabilities of Ada 95 and its syntax without overwhelming the student. The book focuses on the development of good programming habits. This text offers superior pedagogy that has long defined computer science education, including problem solving case studies, testing and debugging sections, quick checks, exam preparation, programming warm-up exercises, and programming problems. The extensive coverage of material in such a student-friendly resource means that more rigor, more theory, greater use of abstraction and modeling, and the earlier application of software engineering principles can be employed.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Recent Student 19 Dec 2004
By Joshua Hoppes - Published on Amazon.com
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Well, recently completed my computer science course in Data Structures, this was one of the 2 books we used. John McCormick happens to be the teacher, and one of the Co-Authors of both books we used. I found the book to be pretty good in giving you some understanding of the language, and towards the end of class, me and some fellow classmates agreed with John on the fact that Ada would probably be a better first language for Colleges to use, since it really helps with building good habits simply with how the language is desinged.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good for beginners 3 July 2001
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We had to buy this book as part of our university degree to help us learn the Ada Language. While it seems a little daunting at first it does a really good job at what it is for and that is to teach people how to program in Ada. :) The appendix at the back is extremely useful as is the index giving a clear and quick way to locate important information. Sometimes the book doesn't go into enough detail that you will find useful but overall it does a pretty good job.
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