On 27 July 2010 13:04, viraj <kali...@gmail.com> wrote:
> so, this is another reason to avoid 'underscore' in variable names.
> code looks prettier and clean.

That's all in the eye of the viewer: underscores are much prettier to
me in variables. That's all just a roundabout way of saying "it's
prettier" has no meaning on an objective level.

> classes - MyBestClass
> functions - TheGreatestFunctionInTheWorld

That confuses classes and functions - I prefer a naming convention
where classes and functions are named using different styles.
Personally I go for mixed-case for classes and camelcase for
functions, e.g. MyClass and myFunction(). Still, that's really just
personal taste and whatever makes you happy is the thing to go with.


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