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The Power of 10 Rules were created in 2006 by Gerard J. Holzmann of the NASA/JPL Laboratory for Reliable Software. The rules are intended to eliminate certain C coding practices which make code difficult to review or statically analyze. These rules are a complement to the MISRA C guidelines and have been incorporated into the greater set of JPL coding standards. Les règles de puissance de 10 ont été créées en 2006 par (en) du laboratoire NASA / JPL pour un logiciel fiable. Les règles visent à éliminer certaines pratiques de programmation en C qui rendent le code difficile à relire ou à analyser statiquement. Ces règles complètent la norme de programmation MISRA C et ont été intégrées au plus grand ensemble de normes de codage JPL.
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