Do I always have to write "self." ?
rumjuggler at home.com
Mon May 1 00:04:07 CEST 2000
On Sun, 30 Apr 2000 21:27:35 GMT, ben at co.and.co wrote:
>Samuel A. Falvo II <kc5tja at garnet.armored.net> wrote:
>> I always use Hungarian notation when it makes sense to. For example, if I
>> have a function in C that accepts a string and an explicit length argument,
>> I would write something like this:
>> uint32 WriteData( void *buffer, char *pString, uint32 cbString )
>> This tells me that WriteData() takes as parameters a buffer, a pointer to a
>> string, and the number of bytes in the said string. I fail to see how this
>> is somehow hard to read. :)
>OK, let's bite :-)
> int WriteData(void *buffer, char *str, int len)
>I fail to see how this is somehow hard to read :-)
For me, actually, it's easier to read, since I don't have to wonder
why the int parameter is "cbString". That "cb" means "count of bytes"
is not intuitively obvious. "len" or "length" is much easier.
Barnabas T. Rumjuggler
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antimetabole for a chiasmus before.
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