Your access to WebAda is keyed to your Remote Host Name (often your IP Address). If your ISP (such as AOL) assigns different names each time you log onto the Internet, then you will likely not find the programs you enter now unless you happen to get the same name.

WebAda was developed to promote the use of the Ada 95 programming language in government, academia, and industry. Because WebAda stores client data on a server which others may access, do not use WebAda for proprietary or classified applications. Please use WebAda only for the following:

Please read the following notice:


This system is monitored both for general system maintenance, and for evidence of unauthorized access to this system. In the course of such monitoring, some level of system use by authorized users may also be recorded.

Individuals found to be using this computer system without authority, or in excess of their authority, are subject to having all of their activities on this system monitored and specifically reviewed.

The use of this system implies consent to such monitoring and you are advised that if such monitoring reveals possible evidence of criminal activity, system personnel may be asked to provide the evidence from such monitoring to law enforcement officials.

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