New standard eliminates BARR-C and MISRA-C conflicts

August 09, 2018 // By Ally Winning
Barr Group has announced an update of the influential Embedded C Coding Standard to help embedded system designers reduce defects in firmware written in C and C++.

Known as BARR-C:2018, the latest version eliminates prior conflicts between its rules and those in the MISRA C:2012 - Guidelines for the Use of the C Language in Critical Systems.

Many firmware developers choose to combine bug-killing stylistic rules from the BARR-C standard with safety guidelines from MISRA C.

BARR-C:2018 is available in a free PDF download and in HTML format, and print copies can be purchased at Amazon.com. In addition, an editable (Microsoft Word) copy of BARR-C:2018 is available for download and license.

More information

https://barrgroup.com/coding-standard

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