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While there is no ISO or equivalent, there are a lot of 

In the US:  The "real" expert (in the US) on this subject 
seems to be 
the Chicago Manual of Style.  It sets forth what Publishers 
desire/want/will not accept unless it complies with 
regarding submissions.  

Brits have The Cambridge Handbook for Editors, Authors and 
Publishers among others, and the EU has its own Style Manual

Oh, and for students, there is the "Elements of Style".

There are Academic Styles, Styles for Medical writing ad 

So, the devs could lose many hours sleep trying to 
generate a program to cover all eventualities.  

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