Coding standards, or coding conventions, are sets of rules or guidelines designed to govern the process of code production in a software project. They're usually based on industry best practices or generally accepted conventions. They include naming conventions, style, prohibited features, and more.

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Script language native extensions - avoiding name collisions and cluttering others' namespace

I have developed a small scripting language and I've just started writing the very first native library bindings. This is practically the first time I'm writing a native extension to a script language,...
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Standard for order of tags in PHP DocBlocks?

Based on the tags listed from this "standard", is there an order of the tags that people typically follow? Even if it's not something that has been entirely accepted, but something proposed? I am ...
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Can this be used to implement Post Redirect Get pattern?

I am trying to implement proper a Post Redirect Get on a PHP site (question is language agnostic in nature however). I thought about it, and realized that running this code on every request seems to ...
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Convention for writing the software details over the command line

What are the standard or more elegant ways of writing information about the software package? I have developed a package for one of machine learning methods in C++. I wish to provide information ...
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Name for “1:1” sourcefile - testfile convention

A classic convention for organizing test files is to maintain a 1:1 mapping between source files and test files. One common scheme is to simply append "-test" or "-spec" to the source filename and ...