On Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 10:13 AM, Adam Richardson <simples...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 12:09 PM, Larry Martell
> <la...@software-horizons.com>wrote:
>> The source is my own personal experience working for an avionics
>> company and working with the FAA to get our code certified under the
>> DO-178B standard. I never saw anything that said 'no GOTOs' but that's
>> what I was told. I was also told no C++ was allowed nor was any
>> recursion. This was important to me, as we had purchased some code
>> that was all that (C++, with recursion and GOTOs) and I was given the
>> task of rewriting it in C and removing the gotos and the recursion.
> Now that was probably a lot of work! Interesting that C++ was not allowed.
> Thanks for the background information,

I was a lot of work, but I was a contractor getting paid by the hour ;-);

I just pulled out my notes from that job - it took me 59 hours to do
the conversion and remove the gotos and recursion, and another 67
hours for testing, verification, integration, documentation, and

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