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RE: Naming issues (RE: [XP] Pairing & the E/I scale)

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  • Charlie Poole
    Laurent, ... Doesn t verbal communication become a problem - in French that is - when the container and the thing it contains often sound the same? Charlie
    Message 1 of 38 , Jan 31, 2002
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      Laurent,
      >
      > > If he always used something like "containerOfFoo" or "ArrayOfFoo" or
      > > "VectorOfFoo", I don't think it would be a problem.
      >
      > Being a subscriber to the Beck school of variable naming, I prefer to
      > name them after what I intend them to mean. Thus I prefer "employees"
      > over "vectorOfPerson". It even causes me a twinge to write that last
      > instead of "vectorOfPersons".

      Doesn't verbal communication become a problem - in French that is - when
      the container and the thing it contains often sound the same?

      Charlie Poole
      cpoole@...
    • Charlie Poole
      Laurent, ... Doesn t verbal communication become a problem - in French that is - when the container and the thing it contains often sound the same? Charlie
      Message 38 of 38 , Jan 31, 2002
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        Laurent,
        >
        > > If he always used something like "containerOfFoo" or "ArrayOfFoo" or
        > > "VectorOfFoo", I don't think it would be a problem.
        >
        > Being a subscriber to the Beck school of variable naming, I prefer to
        > name them after what I intend them to mean. Thus I prefer "employees"
        > over "vectorOfPerson". It even causes me a twinge to write that last
        > instead of "vectorOfPersons".

        Doesn't verbal communication become a problem - in French that is - when
        the container and the thing it contains often sound the same?

        Charlie Poole
        cpoole@...
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