Ada 95 Rationale: The Language The Standard Libraries by John Barnes

By John Barnes

Ada ninety five, the improved model of the Ada programming language, is now in position and has attracted a lot cognizance locally because the foreign ordinary ISO/IEC 8652:1995(E) for the language was once licensed in 1995. The Ada ninety five purpose is available in 4 components. The introductory half is a basic dialogue of the scope and pursuits of Ada ninety five and its significant technical positive factors. the second one half incorporates a extra specified step-by-step account of the center language. The 3rd half comprises a number of annexes addressing the predefined surroundings and really expert software components. eventually, the 3 appendices of the fourth half are dedicated to the upward compatibility with Ada eighty three, a number of alterations because the drafts of the normal have been made public, and a precis of requirements.

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Using the menu editor to change the application menu title from NewApplication to “Hello World” Remember, the application’s name appears in five places. That’s one down, and four to go. Next, single-click the freshly changed Hello World menu, which should cause the actual menu to drop down so you can edit its contents (Figure 2–18). Figure 2–18. Expanding the application menu in Interface Builder’s menu editor Inside the application menu, there are three more occurrences of NewApplication that need to be changed to Hello World.

37 38 CHAPTER 3: Lights, Camera… Actions! (and Outlets, Too) In the list on the left-hand side of the new file assistant, under the Mac OS X heading, select Cocoa. In the upper-right pane, you’ll now see a bunch of icons representing different file templates commonly used in Cocoa applications. Look for one called Objective-C class, and select it. h” is checked. Click the Finish button, and your Classes folder in the Groups & File pane should now have two items in it. These files define the class that we will use as the controller for our application’s main window.

Later on in this chapter, we’ll configure our application to quit when this window is closed, so leave the Close checkbox as it is. In later chapters, you’ll learn how to make closed windows visible again. The Minimize checkbox controls whether the window can be minimized to the dock using the yellow button in the window’s title bar or from selecting Minimize from the Window menu. As a general rule, windows should be able to be minimized. There are exceptions to this, such as utility windows that are only visible when your application is front-most, but the vast majority of the time you should leave this checked.

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