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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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