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Part 4 : Usage

CHAPTER 8 : Language Usage
CHAPTER 9 : Data Usage
CHAPTER 10 : Programming Usage


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Layout, naming and commenting are important elements of style, contributing significantly to the readability of the code. However, the way you actually use the code is the acid test of your style. The way you decide what construct to use, where and how, will reflect your overall approach to programming. It would be impossible to cover all elements of usage in one book, let alone one part of one book. For a detailed consideration of the higher levels of programming, it is better to read a book which is dedicated to the topic. Part 4 looks first at the usage of the individual constructs of the language, it then looks specifically at usage of data constructs and data in general, and concludes with a brief consideration of some of the wider elements of programming usage.


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