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This page contains a list of other Ada tutorials on the Net.
- Ada Programming, available on Wikibooks, is currently the only tutorial based on the Ada 2005 standard and currently being updated to Ada 2012.
- Lovelace is a free (no-charge), self-directed Ada 95 tutorial available on the World Wide Web (WWW). Lovelace assumes that the user already knows another algorithmic programming language, such as C, C++, or Pascal. Lovelace is interactive and contains many short sections, most of which end with a question to help ensure that users understand the material. Lovelace can be used directly from the WWW, downloaded, or run from CD-ROM. Lovelace was developed by David A. Wheeler.
- AdaTutor is an interactive Ada 95 tutorial distributed as a public-domain Ada program. A web edition of the tutorial is also available.
- The Ada-95: A guide for C and C++ programmers is a short hypertext tutorial for programmers who have a C or C++ style programming language background. It was written by Simon Johnston, with some additional text by Tucker Taft. PDF edition.
- Dale Stanbrough's Introduction is a set of notes that provide a simple introduction to Ada. This material has been used for a few years as a simple introduction to the language.
- Coronado Enterprises Ada 95 Tutorial: shareware edition, commercial edition.