The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 64 (1986) > Issues > Issue 7 > The Formating of Structural Codes
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The Formating of Structural Codes

Despite the recent publication of new, revised and draft Codes of Practice for the structural use of various materials, the debate over the most suitable form for such documents does not lessen. To a degree, there is always likely to be argument as long as one document seeks to meet a range of contrasting requirements of, for example, designers and checkers, comprehensiveness and limitation of scope, continuity of approach, and response to new knowledge and developments. J.F.A. Moore