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General Development Derek M. Jones looks at low-level coding errors and the use of coding guidelines as a cost-effective means of avoiding some of the more common instances of such errors.
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RE[4]: Re:STTS
by mounty on Mon 12th Dec 2005 18:01 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Re:STTS"
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With respect, it seems to me that you do not know Ada very well, including how to spell it.

Ada has better facilities for interfacing to non-native APIs than most languages, including representation clauses and foreign calling conventions, defined by the language.

The area of application for Ada is anywhere where reliable and maintainable software is required.

Having said that, I love C++. It has enabled me to make a very good living as a contract programmer, sorting out the messes created by others.

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