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An approach to modular programming in C

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1 Author(s)
Velastin, S.A. ; King''s Coll.,London Univ., UK

The programming language C has gained considerable popularity, especially in the fields of systems programming and embedded computer systems, but C was designed well before software engineering emerged as a coherent discipline. The author proposes an evolutionary approach to modular programming, that recognises that in many situations C will continue to be widely used. The strength of the method presented is derived from two fundamental aspects: a directed graph software structure and the sharing of interfaces by both importer and exporter modules. The approach has proved to be useful in industrial environments, at least as a means of motivation for the adoption of more advanced software engineering tools

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Software Engineering for Real Time Systems, 1991., Third International Conference on

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16-18 Sep 1991

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