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C Style: Standards and Guidelines (contents)

Part 3 : Layout

CHAPTER 6 : Code Layout
CHAPTER 7 : File Layout

 

PART 4 : Usage

 

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The layout, the appearance, of the code is the most common subject of coding standards. It is also the most common subject of debate amongst programmers arguing over points of style (indeed, some programmers consider layout to be the only element of style). This is no coincidence, as many of the points in Chapter 2 indicate. The visual aspects of the code play a major part in its readability, and a change in those aspects can seriously impair that readability for any reader used to a particular layout style.

This part of the book starts with basic considerations for code layout, and progresses to the higher-level aspects of layout, such as what should be in each file.

 

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