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viennastar [Our Coding Style]
c [2014/05/08 10:39]
viennastar Improved explanation of why a unified coding style makes sense.
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 ====== C++ ====== ====== C++ ======
  
-Eventually you will have to code in C++. You must have a solid understanding and skill regarding the following topics:+Eventually you will have to code in C++. In such case you should ​have a solid understanding and skill regarding the following topics:
  
   * Conditions ([[http://​www.cprogramming.com/​tutorial/​lesson2.html|if,​ else]], [[http://​www.cprogramming.com/​tutorial/​lesson5.html|switch]])   * Conditions ([[http://​www.cprogramming.com/​tutorial/​lesson2.html|if,​ else]], [[http://​www.cprogramming.com/​tutorial/​lesson5.html|switch]])
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 ===== Our Coding Style ===== ===== Our Coding Style =====
  
-To uphold ​the quality of our implementations, it is vital to apply a unified coding style. Please adhere to the following guidelines, as shown in the following example class implementation,​ at all times.+In order to manage a larger code base, occasional batch-processing of the sources by command-line tools like sed or awk are necessary. ​To simplify this and to make the code base more comprehensible to new developers, it is vital to use a unified coding style. Please adhere to the following guidelines, as shown in the following example class implementation,​ at all times.
  
 <code cpp> <code cpp>
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