The basic principles of well-structured code
Sale, AHJ (1975) The basic principles of well-structured code. Australian Computer Journal, 7 (3). pp. 116-126.
This paper sets out to explain the basic principles underlying the concepts of well structured code, and the reasoning behind these principles. The alleged advantages of well-structured coding include increased programmer productivity, less debugging, etc., and it is therefore of potential interest to a wide range of computer professionals and users. The general topic of structured programming is also discussed to put well-structured code into perspective in the overall concept.
|Keywords:||structured programming, programming methodology, good code, programmer productivity|
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|Deposited On:||09 Jan 2005|
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