Zhe Wang wrote:
In 3.0, Ricardo is leading the development, he don’t like hungarian notation
Well, I guess that’s that then.
I think you guys should use whatever convention you find useful, so cheers for getting organized
But in the topic of hungarian notation: I’m checking out that coding conventions guide you linked and I can’t help but to notice that where it discourages hungarian notation it says and I quote “Do not use Hungarian notation (for example, naming an integer iNum)”, this is what we call “systems hungarian notation” or simply “bad hungarian notation”. “apps hungarian notation” on the other hand is pretty useful. The article I linked on my first post makes that point very clearly and I highly reccomend that anyone who likes to program to have a look at it.