C++ Programming Style Guidelines. Version 4.9, January 2011 Geotechnical Software Services Copyright © 1996 - 2011 This document is available at 1 Introduction 1.1 Layout of the Recommendations 1.2 Recommendations Importance 2 General Recommendations 3 Naming Conventions 3.1 General 3.2 Specific 4 Files 4.1 Source Files 4.2 Include Files and Include Statements 5 Statements 5.1 Types 5.2 Variables 5.3 Loops 5.4 Conditionals 5.5 Miscellaneous 6 Layout and Comments 6.1 Layout 6.2 White space 6.3 Comments 7 References This document lists C++ coding recommendations common in the C++ development community.
The recommendations are based on established standards collected from a number of sources, individual experience, local requirements/needs, as well as suggestions given in  - . There are several reasons for introducing a new guideline rather than just referring to the ones above. 1.1 Layout of the Recommendations. Layout of the recommendations is as follows: The motivation section is important.
Common Lisp the Language, 2nd Edition. In this greatly expanded edition of the defacto standard, you'll learn about the nearly 200 changes already made since original publication - and find out about gray areas likely to be revised later.
Written by the Vice-Chairman of X3J13 (the ANSI committee responsible for the standardization of Common Lisp) and co-developer of the language itself, the new edition contains the entire text of the first edition plus six completely new chapters. They cover: README file and the Digital Press catalog with any distributed electronic copies of Common Lisp the Language.
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