The relationship of programming style and ‘‘quality of software’’ is discussed. The quality of software is defined not only in objective terms, such as whether or not the answers are correct and the speed with which they are produced, but also in more subjective terms such as maintainability and readabilty. Examples in FORTRAN and C illustrate how stylistic features can improve software quality.

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