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Embedded C Coding Standard book

Embedded C Coding Standard. Michael Barr

Embedded C Coding Standard


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Embedded C Coding Standard Michael Barr
Publisher: CreateSpace




Developers can win a copy of the very latest guidelines on using the C language in critical systems. Since its inception, MISRA C has been widely adopted by the embedded systems community and has become the dominant, international coding guideline for the use of "C" in critical systems. A coding standard defines a set of rules for programmers to follow in a given language. It's way easier to port a C compiler to a small platform than it is to port a C++ compiler. Over the years I've had to deal with many different coding styles (can something without style be called style?). C programming hints and code-style (part 1). This makes a coding standard similar in purpose to the English standard known as Strunk & White (The Elements of Style). This post is a review of Michael Barr's Embedded C Coding Standard book. And Fred: there are coding standards for C++. First of all, why a c coding standard? Delegates that register for this workshop will have the chance to win the free copy of the coding standard. One example from the Safety area: JSF++ (http://www.stroustrup.com/JSF-AV-rules.pdf) for example. Also, C advocates claim that C++ "does too much behind their backs".

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