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CHAPTER 1 : Standards

PART 1 : BASICS

CHAPTER 1 : Standards

1.1 Standards
1.2 Guidelines
1.3 What are standards for?
1.4 What are coding standards for?
1.5 Who are coding standards for?
1.6 Coding standards vs. programming standards
1.7 Using this book

1.8 Summary

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1.8 Summary

• Standards are enforced.

• Guidelines are recommendations.

• Coding standards and guidelines help ensure quality, productivity and maintainability, and understandability.

• Coding standards are for the reader, more than the writer, of the code.

• Coding standards address the use of the language. Programming standards address higher level issues.

• Use this book to create your own standards, making your own decisions along the way. If you can't choose, see Appendix A.

 

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