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CHAPTER 10 : Programming Usage

PART 4 : USAGE

CHAPTER 10 : Programming Usage
10.1 Elegant programming
10.2 Performance programming
10.3 Defensive programming
10.4 Error handling
10.5 Diagnostics
10.6 Integrity and Recovery
10.7 Testability
10.8 Portability
10.9 Localization
10.10 Usability
10.11 Summary

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Coding, in its strictest sense, is simply the translation of a design into code. Programming, on the other hand, encompasses all activities involved in writing programs. Coding style is restricted to the use of the language, whilst programming style includes elements of design.

In practice the boundary between coding and programming style is seldom clear, and coding standards often drift into the programming arena. This final chapter on usage follows this drift, straying across into some more general and higher level programming topics.

 

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