This book shows both new and experienced C users how to produce clear, concise software constructs. It emphasizes the concept that good style will lead to good programmes. It offers numerous examples explaining how to apply C language features properly and points out what constructs to avoid. Novice and experienced C programmers alike will discover precise and direct programming rules explained with examples and detailed discussions. In addition, more than 300 sample programmes are included that demonstrate debugging methods, and robust programme design advice. Software project managers can use this book as a source of C programming standards to keep their teams on the right track. Instead of having to develop a style manual of their own, managers can use this book to guarantee clear explanations and rationales for the parameters of their projects.
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The Elements of C Programming Style can serve as a foundation for producing C code that is readable (by humans), computationally efficient, and bug-free. This book offers the reader a large set of rules that cover every facet of C programming from flow control to "visual organization." While most programmers will not agree with every rule, they will still find value in these suggestions.
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