CamelCase versus wide_names (Prothon)
joe at notcharles.ca
Fri Apr 16 06:27:03 CEST 2004
In article <7xekqo36ia.fsf at ruckus.brouhaha.com>, Paul Rubin wrote:
> "Mark Hahn" <mark at prothon.org> writes:
>> 1) CamelCase is more elegant, modern, more readable, and more efficient in
>> character usage.
> IfCamelCaseWereReallyMoreReadable, We'dWriteOrdinaryEnglishLikeUsingIt.
>> 2) Wide_names is cleaner, more readable, compatible with C, which is the
>> standard module language for Python and Prothon. Wide_names is also the
>> Python standard.
> Sounds_ok_with_me. I_find_it_a_heck_of_a_lot_more_readable_than_camel_case.
If you actually write code with names that long, you deserver to be
forced to read them in camelCase.
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