After a bit of curiosity about what the MISRA C rules are, I found one that really puzles me. I a pretty sure there is a logical explanation but I have no clue what it might be. To wit:
MISRA C 2012 Amendment 2:
The Standard Library function system of <stdlib.h> shall not be used
OK, many of us (including me) don't really know what is in stdlib.c, or where the particular implementation for our compiler of choice might have originated. That much is fairly clear. But, for me, the BIG question is: What is one to do instead of using stdlib.h ?