language subset

language subset

[′laŋ·gwij ′səb‚set]
(computer science)
A portion of a programming language that can be used alone; usually applied to small computers that do not have the capability of handling the complete language.
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LDRA is also represented on learned committees across the world including several DO-178C subgroups, BSI committees, and the secureC, MISRA C, and MISRA C++ language subset committees.
The new courses complement existing courses in the MISRA language subsets, consultancy services relating to the application of ISO 26262 and SAE J3061, and the LDRA tool suite for Automotive.
MISRA C is a software development language subset originally created to promote the safer use of the C programming language in safety-critical automotive applications.
Represented by a total of five members of the MISRA C and C++ committees, LDRA is ideally placed to ensure conformance to the new language subsets. In addition, the LDRA tool suite will support both MISRA C:2012 3rd Edition, 1st Revision) and the new, integrated MISRA/AUTOSAR C++ guidelines starting with their respective release dates.
It will result in common MISRA conventions and terminology in the recommended language subsets for both AUTOSAR Adaptive and Classic platforms.

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