New Ada Article Abstracts Released 
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 New Ada Article Abstracts Released

An updated version of the Ada Information Clearinghouse's flyer
"Ada Article Abstracts" is now available in the /public/ada-info
directory on the AJPO host computer.  The July version of this
flyer contains abstracts of the following articles:

Brosgol, B. "Exceptions, exceptions," Defense Electronics, July
1992, pp. 27-28.

Schwartz, K.D. "Used throughout DoD, this Ada code writer is free,"
Government Computer News, June 22, 1992, Vol. 11, No. 13, p. 70.

Reilly, L. "fortran for an on-time SDI?" Washington Technology,
June 18, 1992, Vol. 7, No. 6, pp. 1, 18.

Popov, A. et al. "Pallada system," Ada Letters, Vol. XII, No. 3,
May/June 1992, pp. 117-125.

Shen, J. Cormack, G. V. "On generic formal package parameters in
Ada 9X," Ada Letters. Vol. XII, No. 3, May/June, 1992, pp. 110-116.

Wade, David M. "Designing for reuse: a case study,"  Ada Letters.
Vol. XII, No. 3, May/June 1992, pp. 92-98.

AdaData, U.S. Ada market to exceed $1.2 billion this year, Vol. 10,
No. 5, May 1992, pp. 1-5.

Mayer, John H. "Aiding and ABETing a coherent testing environment,"
Military and Aerospace Electronics, May 1992, pp 23-26.

Hirasuna, M. "Using inheritance and ploymorphism with Ada in
government sponsored contracts," Ada Letters. Vol XII, No. 2,
March/April 1992, pp. 43-56.

Beidler, J. Relaxing the constraints on Ada's limited private types
through functional expressions," Ada Letters, Vol. XII, No. 2,
March/April 1992, pp. 57-61.

Seidewitz, E. "Object-oriented programming with mixins in Ada," Ada
Letters, Vol. XII, No. 2, March/April, 1992, pp. 76-90.

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will immediately attempt to connect to the host. Once the
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interpreter, which is indicated by the ftp> prompt. If FTP is
invoked without a host argument, it will enter the command
interpreter right away. An example FTP connection follows.

[your-prompt] ftp ajpo.sei.cmu.edu
     execute ftp from your remote site.
name: anonymous
     login using "anonymous"
password: guest                          
     enter password of "guest"
ftp> cd public                            
     change to the "public" sub-directory
ftp> dir
     view a list of accessible sub-directories
ftp> cd [sub-directory]
     change to the sub-directory of your choice
ftp> dir                                  
     view a list of available files
ftp> get file1.hlp [newname.hlp]          
     get "file1.hlp" from ftp and copy it to "newname.hlp" on your
     machine.
ftp> mget file1...fileN                  
     get multiple files from ftp and load them onto your machine
     with the same names.
ftp> bye                                  
     logout when finished.

For more help information on the AJPO host, type "get README" and
"get README.FTP" after an ftp connection is made.

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Fri, 30 Dec 1994 17:11:23 GMT  
 
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