[Tutor] Style query
rfquerin at gmail.com
Sun Aug 13 14:02:10 CEST 2006
I believe you can find it here:
Authored by Guido Van Rossum himself.
On 8/13/06, dave s <pythontut at pusspaws.net> wrote:
> As my programs become more complex I am aware of the need to adopt a
> consistent style. To differentiate between classes, instances & objects I
> capital letters for example:
> A class uses 'MyClass'
> A class instance 'myInstance'
> A def uses 'myDef'
> An object 'myobject' or 'my_object' etc
> Can any of you more experienced programmers outline your style or critique
> way of doing this ? Tell me if you have a different system - I am trying
> get myself into good habits :)
> Is there a Python style guide anywhere ?
> I have started using packages, so much easier and more flexable than long
> PYTHONPATH declarations and am now proramming with QT :).
> Tutor maillist - Tutor at python.org
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