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Re: [XP] How to name variables

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  • Phlip
    ... Read my first post. ... perl -e croak ;-) -- Phlip phlip_cpp@yahoo.com http://www.greencheese.org/Phlip -- Who needs a degree
    Message 1 of 62 , Dec 1, 2001
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      On Saturday 01 December 2001 06:59, you wrote:

      > Perhaps it's just too early in the morning but I'm not sure what you
      > mean by "alternatively advantaged".

      Read my first post.

      > so with scream(), shout() and whisper().

      perl -e croak

      ;-)

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      Phlip phlip_cpp@...
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    • Phlip
      ... The algorithm is a playful example. The real issue here is that hard-to-remember names, or hard-to-reconstruct names, are a DesignSpell. -- Phlip
      Message 62 of 62 , Dec 12, 2001
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        > How do you know that algorithm will converge?

        > > I have memory issues. So suppose I type the name of an
        > > object. Then I type a
        > > dot. (I can usually remember the procedure this far.) But
        > > then I need to ...
        > > "remember" ... the method name the object should call.

        The "algorithm" is a playful example. The real issue here is that
        hard-to-remember names, or hard-to-reconstruct names, are a DesignSpell.

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        Phlip phlip_cpp@...
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        until you don't give it to him." --David Brady --
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