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Comment:Explained why tab size 4 with spaces is important in the C style guide.
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User & Date: tangent 2019-09-10 22:51:55
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2019-09-22
08:46
Quoted an argument to "test -z": if the arg is empty, it must be quoted to give an empty argument rather than just disappear in the shell processing. check-in: 8eab979d44 user: tangent tags: trunk
2019-09-10
22:51
Explained why tab size 4 with spaces is important in the C style guide. check-in: 530ae2d758 user: tangent tags: trunk
21:47
Added forward link to info on starting OpenSSH on a Pi within the top-level README.md file. check-in: 579e02166b user: tangent tags: trunk
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**C Source Code**

File types: `c`, `h`, `c.in`

We follow the SIMH project's pre-existing code style when modifying one
of its source files:

*   Spaces for indents, size 4


*   DOS line endings.  (Yes, even though this is a Linux-based project!
    All decent Linux text editors can cope with this.)

*   Function, structure, type, and variable names are all lowercase,
    with underscores separating words








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**C Source Code**

File types: `c`, `h`, `c.in`

We follow the SIMH project's pre-existing code style when modifying one
of its source files:

*   Spaces for indents, size 4; tabs are rendered size 8 in HTML output,
    since that's how a PDP-8 terminal would likely interpret it!

*   DOS line endings.  (Yes, even though this is a Linux-based project!
    All decent Linux text editors can cope with this.)

*   Function, structure, type, and variable names are all lowercase,
    with underscores separating words