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    Lightbulb Good programming style & standards

    First of all, look at the JSF air vehicle C++ coding standards. Any comments/opinions about a good programming style and what good programming style is?
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    Took a quick look. There's little unusual, except that they often fail to provide rationale. For example what's wrong with offsetof (Rule 1?. However, I spotted one oddity:
    Rule 13, "Don't use multibyte characters or wide characters". Yeah, all modern file systems are Unicode, so systems that follow the rule won't work with them correctly, because Unicode is not portable.

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    I would observe, as a long time C/C++ programmer, the idea that JSF uses C++ is, well, frankly scary!

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