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Using MISRA C and C++ for security and reliability. Part III

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re: Using MISRA C and C++ for security and reliability. Part III
Phil.Gillaspy   8/31/2012 7:24:29 PM
I have looked over the MISRA C++ standard and by and large it is a very reasonable code standard. Naturally though, I have my disagreements with several restrictions. Most significantly, I believe the rationale based on performance to be unjustifiable. The MISRA standard has as its purpose to prevent and reduce code errors. Performance is not within that directve.

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