C development on Linux - Coding style and recommendations - IX.

Posted by LinuxCareer on Mar 16, 2012 8:44 AM EDT
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You may wonder what is meant by the title. Code is code, right? It's important to be bug-free and that's that, what else? Development is more than writing code and testing/debugging it. Imagine you have to read someone else's work, and I suppose you already done that, and all the variables are named foo, bar, baz, var, etc. And the code isn't commented nor documented. You will probably feel the sudden urge to invoke unknown gods, then go to the local pub and drown your sorrows.

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