Ada is a general-purpose language, like C++ or Java, supporting the usual features of modern programming languages, such as data encapsulation, object orientation, templates (called “generics”), exceptions, and tasking. Originally defined in 1983, it has undergone several revisions, the latest in 2012. What sets Ada apart from other general-purpose languages is that it was designed from the start with reliability, safety, and security in mind...
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