High-Performance Programming in Assembly Language

Coding conventions are a set of guidelines for program layout and style — the look and   feel of a program. Conventions save time because many of the arbitrary decisions affecting program layout are specified. Program quality improves because you are “required” to perform important tasks that might otherwise be neglected, and programs will have a more uniform look.

ESC_1991_Vol1_Page370_Occhipinti – Multitasking with Multiple Processors.pdf

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