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Coding Standards

Throughout the years, we have built up a lot of expertise in defining, implementing and maintaining coding standards. PRECILOG and TIOBE not only ensure that the rules are relevant, so your organization can create high-quality code, but also puts significant effort into avoiding false positives and false negatives.

In alignment with customers, TIOBE analyzes patterns to derive additional rules. These rules are then added to the standard to ensure specific field issues and defects from reoccurring. In order to have the best coding standards possible, we participate in many coding standard boards in customer organizations, often in a leading position.

The following publicly available coding standards are actively maintained by TIOBE:

See the TIOBE Quality Indicator on how the coding standards are measured by TIOBE.
Are you interested in how our TiCS framework can help your organization improve its software quality? Feel free to contact us using the contact form on the right to request a free demo.

TiCS supports a vast amount of languages, code checkers and tools that we can integrate into our framework. You can find them on this page: list of supported tools.
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