CODE READING DIOMIDIS SPINELLIS PDF

Sommaire This book is a unique and essential reference that focuses upon the reading and comprehension of existing software code. While code reading is an important task faced by the vast majority of students, it has been virtually ignored as a discipline by existing references. The book fills this need with a practical presentation of all important code concepts, form, structure, and syntax that a student is likely to encounter. The concepts are supported by examples taken from real-world open source software projects. The focus upon reading code rather than developing and implementing programs from scratch provides for a vastly increased breadth of coverage. Why and How to Read Code.

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Sommaire This book is a unique and essential reference that focuses upon the reading and comprehension of existing software code. While code reading is an important task faced by the vast majority of students, it has been virtually ignored as a discipline by existing references.

The book fills this need with a practical presentation of all important code concepts, form, structure, and syntax that a student is likely to encounter. The concepts are supported by examples taken from real-world open source software projects. The focus upon reading code rather than developing and implementing programs from scratch provides for a vastly increased breadth of coverage. Why and How to Read Code. Code as Literature. Code as Exemplar. How to Read this Book.

Typographical Conventions. Supplementary Material. The Great Language Debate. Basic Programming Elements. A Complete Program. Functions and Global Variables. While, Conditions, Blocks. Break, Continue. Character and Boolean Expressions. Refactoring in the Small. Do, Integer Expressions. Control Structures Revisited.

Advanced C Data Types. Linked Data Structures. Dynamic Allocation of Data Structures. Call by Reference. Data Element Access. Arrays as Arguments and Results. Function Pointers. Pointer as an Alias. Pointers and Strings. Direct Memory Access.

Grouping Together Data Elements. Returning Multiple Data Elements from a Function. Mapping the Organization of Data. Programming in an Object-Oriented Fashion. Efficient Use of Storage. Implementing Polymorphism. Accessing Different Internal Representations. Dynamic Memory Allocation. Managing Free Memory. Structures with Dynamically-Allocated Arrays.

Typedef Declarations. C Data Structures. Matrix and Table. Hash Tables. Linked List. Node Storage. Edge Representation. Edge Storage. Graph Properties. Hidden Structures. Other Representations. Advanced Control Flow. Hardware and Software Parallelism. Control Models. Thread Implementations. Nonlocal Jumps. Macro Substitution. Tackling Large Projects. Design and Implementation Techniques.

Project Organization. The Build Process and Makefiles. Revision Control. Project-Specific Tools. Coding Standards and Conventions. File Names and Organization. Naming Conventions. Programming Practices. Process Standards. Documentation Types. Reading Documentation.

Documentation Problems. Additional Documentation Sources. Common Open-Source Documentation Formats. System Structures. Centralized Repository and Distributed Approaches. Event-Driven Systems. System Manager. State Transition. Element Packaging. Generic Implementation. Abstract Data Type. Process and Filter.

Data Repository. Architecture Reuse. Code Wizards. Design Patterns. Domain-Specific Architectures. Code-Reading Tools. Regular Expressions. The Editor as a Code Browser. Code Searching With Grep. Locating File Differences. Roll your Own Tool. The Compiler as a Code-Reading Tool.

Code Browsers and Beautifiers. Run-Time Tools. Non-software Tools. A Complete Example.

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Code Reading: Open Source Perspective

Page How can you understand and simplify an inscrutable piece of code? Page 39 Where do you start when disentangling a complicated build process? Page How do you comprehend code that appears to be doing five things in parallel? Page You may read code because you have to--to fix it, inspect it, or improve it. You may read code the way an engineer examines a machine--to discover what makes it tick. Or you may read code because you are scavenging--looking for material to reuse. Code-reading requires its own set of skills, and the ability to determine which technique you use when is crucial.

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Code Reading : The Open Source Perspective

The reading of code is likely to be one of the most common activities of a computing professional, yet it is seldom taught as a subject or formally used as a method for learning how to design and program. Aspiring writers are always told to read as much as they can if they want to become better writers. By code, of course, I mean the program source code, the fundamental recipe for any piece of software. You get assignment after assignment — persuasive essays, memos, poetry, research papers or prose. Now imagine that you have to do every one of these assignments from scratch, without any examples. You have to work everything out yourself. This is the traditional method of teaching programming.

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