Writing Bug-Free C Code for Windows
by Jerry Jongerius
Publisher: Prentice Hall 1995
Number of pages: 218
The book presents a programming style that automatically detects bugs in C code. Advocating a style of C programming based upon data abstraction (classes) and run-time object verification, this book describes a technique that results in virtually bug-free code from the beginning. It details the key to writing bug-free code: the class methodology with run-time type checking. In support of this methodology, the book covers creating a new heap manager that is rock solid.
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