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August 1996 Ada documentation and information

Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard L Conn; Walnut Creek CDROM (Firm)
ISBN: 1571760768 9781571760760
OCLC Number: 35676631
Notes: "August 1996."
"This disk is in ISO-9660 with Rock Ridge extensions. You can read it on 30 platforms, including DOS, MAc, Sun, and HP."--Liner notes.
"1.3 GB of Ada documentation, information, and source code from the Public Ada Library."
Description: 2 computer optical discs ; 4 3/4 in

The PAL is a library of Ada and VHDL software, information, and courseware that contains over 1 BILLION bytes of material (mainly in compressed form). All items in the PAL have been released to the public with unlimited distribution, and, in most cases (the exceptions are shareware), the items are freeware.


Kindly donated by Mike Rogers
Commission of the European Communities

Date : August 1996

Format : CD

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH28564. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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