It's a good thing that I do not plan for anyone to take over my projects. When
I started learning to program on my Texas Instruments 99 4A, you could only use
1 or 2 letter variables. I for the most part still have the habit of keeping
my variable names short, thus they would not mean much to anyone else looking
at my code. The only thing that I can say, is that I have never had any
trouble getting back into any code that I have written. Oh yeah, I also do not
use the VB6 option explicit, thus do not even declare my variables in the
beginning of my project.
Guess it's a good thing that I do not work for anyone writing the code or as I
said plan for anyone else to ever use the code.
I had my head examined. They didn't find *anything*!
Chardon Ohio USA
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