Style question: Nicknames for deeply nested objects
jeanmichel at sequans.com
Thu Feb 3 11:31:44 EST 2011
Gerald Britton wrote:
> Nope. it's nothing to do with imports. It's about objects passed to
> methods at run time. Complicated objects with many levels. Not about
> modules at all.
Who is providing these objects ?
- Your code ? => as said before, you can fix your design with a proper
- 3rd party libraries ? => I'd be curious to know which one, because
they usually do a good job providing a clean minimal public interface.
However, do not redesign anything to get only shorter names. You can
easily live with that, the way you're doing it is up to you and
suggestions have been given. But keep in mind that you should'nt have
got nested names that long in the first pace, no matter how complicated
the internal implementation.
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