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Coding standards for different languages

Nowadays code can be written in a number of different platforms and architectures. For example, earlier, you would have primarily C and C++ as the different languages in which code was written for a majority of applications, but now there are so many different languages and platforms that the same coding standards cannot be used for all of them. So, here is a compilation of possible coding standards for these varies languages and platforms:

1. C (link)

2. C/C++ for embedded development (link)

3. Visual Basic 6 (link)

4. Visual Basic .Net (link)

5. .Net Conventions (C#, VB .Net, J# .Net) (link, link2)

6. Java (link, link2)

7. HTML (link, link2)

8. Perl (link, link2, link3)

9. Python (link, link2, link3)

10. PHP (link, link2, link3)

11. Ruby (link, link2)

12. JavaScript (link, link2, link3)

13. CSS (link, link2, link3)

14. ActionScript (Flash) (link, link2 (PDF))

15. C++ (link, link2, link3)

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