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nick name of the rules.
We have no official policy on this, but we encourage the use of the full headline and/or guideline number in formal contexts.

When referring to a guideline number it may be useful to note that the MISRA C versions can be distinguished by the format of the number.
MISRA C:1998 48 - always a single number
MISRA C:2004 10.1 - always a two-part number
MISRA C:2012 10.1 - always a two-part number with a prefix indicating whether it is a Rule or Directive. e.g. "Rule 10.1", "D.2.1"
Posted by and on behalf of the MISRA C Working Group

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