Ada Programming/Tutorials

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This page contains a list of other Ada tutorials on the Net.

  1. Ada Programming, available on Wikibooks, is based on the Ada 2005 standard and currently being updated to Ada 2012.
  2. Introduction to Ada at learn.adacore.com is an iteractive web tutorial based on Ada 2012. It has editable and compilable examples.
  3. 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.
  4. AdaTutor is an interactive Ada 95 tutorial that was distributed as a public-domain Ada program and has been converted to a web tutorial.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. Coronado Enterprises Ada 95 Tutorial: shareware edition, commercial edition.