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ADA Cheat Sheets

 

We've gathered cheat sheets for fast reference to information about the ADA programming language. You'll find information about declarations, expressions, translation to other languages, the library and more. Do you have a favorite ADA cheat sheet? Let us know!

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  • Ada Reference Card -- This multipage PDF cheat sheet lists attributes, pragmas and the standard library.

  • ADA Syntax Reference Card -- This reference lists syntax for the library, declarations, expressions, .

  • ADA Cheat Sheet -- This ezUnix fast reference provides a list of some quick ADA-specific options.

  • Learning ADA -- This guide answers frequently asked questions about learning ADA.

  • Education Materials for ADA -- This reference provides links and information for further resources to learn about ADA, including free tutorials.

  • Translating C++ to ADA 95 -- This article describes a case study in which such a translation was performed manually. The difficulties encountered are described, as well as the solutions that were adopted. See also: a justification for an automatic translator from C++ to Ada 95.

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Just so you know, the correct name for this programming language is "Ada". It is not capitalized as it is not an acronym.
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