Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of CppCodingStandards


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May 28, 2011, 2:07:46 AM (10 years ago)
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dtodd
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  • CppCodingStandards

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    66Below I will describes in Gory detail suggested guidelines for C++ code.  These rules apply to new code: new files, new modules, new projects.
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    8 When editing an older file to fix a minor bug, etc, I think it's prudent to make as small a change as possible to the source. In this case, it will be best for readability if you use the standard that was there previously.  Than includes following the established indentation, placement of curly brackets "{}", naming conventions, etc.
     8When editing an older file to fix a minor bug, etc, I think it's prudent to make as small a change as possible to the source. In this case, it will be best for readability if you use the standard that was there previously.  That includes following the established indentation, placement of curly brackets "{}", naming conventions, etc.
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    1010Obviously if the code requires a complete rewrite, then use the suggested coding standards listed below.