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Les Hatton

1995

Safer C: Developing software in high integrity and safety-critical systems

ISBN 0-07-707640-0SaferC: Developing Software in...

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Makes the point that if you use the tool support of C and the considerable available knowledge of how it fails, it is possible to write extremely reliable software. It goes on to make the point that the language is relatively less important than the fluency of the developer in that language. It was the first book on any programming language to contain lots of measurements on real systems to support the points it makes and as far as I know is still the only one. When oh when will we use measurement as a basis for improvement in this subject ?None yet9

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