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This node provides advice on how best to use the C language when writing GNU software.
5.1 Formatting Your Source Code 5.2 Commenting Your Work 5.3 Clean Use of C Constructs 5.4 Naming Variables, Functions, and Files 5.5 Portability between System Types Portability between different operating systems 5.6 Portability between CPUs Supporting the range of CPU types 5.7 Calling System Functions Portability and "standard" library functions 5.8 Internationalization Techniques for internationalization 5.9 Mmap How you can safely use
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