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> > This may be a dumb question, but is there something like an
> > official coding style guide or so?
It depends. If you are writing a PIC application for a large company and
you will be sending your source around, then the company itself may have
certain standards. If you are writing in C and compiling to PIC, then you
should just follow C guidelines, which I'm sure there are scores of. If
you're writing code for yourself and your own private projects, I wouldn't
think it matters at all.
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