Object-Oriented Programming and Reuse in Ada 9X

Ada 9X-the revised definition of the Ada programming language-provides support for object-oriented programming. This course examines the new, object-oriented features of the language, their use, and how they fit into Ada's strong type system and genericity mechanisms. Basic object-oriented mechanisms are covered, such as: extension, inheritance, and polymorphism. We then show how to integrate these mechanisms into good programming practice; topics include incremental programming, heterogeneous data structures, and mixin inheritance. The running theme is design for reuse.


Published in:
TRI-Ada 1993 Tutorials Volume 2, Seattle, Washington, USA, September 18-23 1993, 945-984
Year:
1993
Publisher:
ACM Press
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Note:
Also available as Technical Report EPFL-DI No 93/30
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