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"Team Ada: Ada Programming Language Advocacy (83 & 95)" <[log in to unmask]>
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= > > I suspect MISRA-C (www.misra.org.uk) not C++.
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= > With its recommendation to use Ada or Modula-2 rather than C.
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= I've seen this quoted before but I can't find it
= (http://www.ida.liu.se/~snt/teaching/SCRTS/MisraSoftwareGuidelines%5B1%5D.pd
= f)

See <http://groups.google.be/group/comp.lang.ada/browse_thread/thread/be9bf965710b207c/5b0e6c86333d3c86?lnk=st&q=MISRA-C+Ada&rnum=10&hl=nl#5b0e6c86333d3c86>:

I quote:

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1.2  MISRA C Coding Guidelines

"Examples of languages generally recognised to be more suitable than C
[for safety related software] are Ada and Modula-2.  If such languages
could be available for a proposed system then their use should be
seriously considered in preference to C."

Document at:
o  http://www.misra.org.uk/graphics/miscprev.pdf 
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The quoted paragraph is on the bottom of page 3 of the referenced
document.

HTH

Dirk
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