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Re: Naming styles

Subject: Re: Naming styles
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2004 16:35:07 +0100
Re:  Naming styles
  I usually tend to use camel case, too, be in vb style ("MasterTableName") or
  java style ("masterTableName"), but i sometimes use "sql style" like
  "MASTER_TABLE_NAME", so if i don't follow a rule but instead go on my mood for
  the day i usually get things a mess.

As has been noted on this list before, I tend to call all variables x
unless forced by circumstances to use some more radical names (such as y
or z). Some computer scientists consider this bad style, but
mathematicians have been doing it quite happily for a few hundred years
without too many problems...


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