Towards a new framework of program quality measurement based on programming language standards

@inproceedings{Abdallah2018TowardsAN,
  title={Towards a new framework of program quality measurement based on programming language standards},
  author={Mohammad Abdallah and Mustafa M. Alrifaee},
  year={2018}
}
All languages, natural and programming, have rules and styles in how to write. These rules and styles mainly aim to make sure that anyone, who understand a language, can understand what the sentence say. In other words, the aim of rules and styles in a language is to deliver an information to reader, and the reader must get the right information. The literature review shows a lack of studies focusing on the code writing standards measurement processes. In this paper, we proposed a framework… CONTINUE READING

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