C Elements of Style
by Steve Oualline
Publisher: M & T Books 1992
Number of pages: 265
This book is handy guide and a programmer's style manual for elegant C and C++ programs. It covers the principals of good programming style, teaching C and C++ programmers how to write code that can be easily read, understood, and maintained by others. Whether you're a student or professional programmer, you'll benefit from the many tips and techniques for constructing elegant, reliable code.
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