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honey the codewitch30-Nov-19 4:54
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Sander Rossel30-Nov-19 5:35
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honey the codewitch wrote:
That's why I adopt different naming styles and even coding guidelines depending on context. My C++ library code uses different conventions than my other C++ code which uses different conventions
I could agree there if I (and my team) always used the same tools.
Which I (and formerly, we) do, so my style is adjusted to VS2012+.
If I sometimes used VS2019 and other times VS Code and they somehow had different styles then I'd still stick with one style.
honey the codewitch wrote:
C# code which uses different conventions than my java code, etc. My XML naming styles are different depending on context, and json naming style tends to be camelCase
That's just common sense.
Or did you think me some barbarian who uses PascalCasing in JavaScript as well!? WTF | :WTF:
I've seen JavaScript written like it was C# and it really hurts the senses Sigh | :sigh:

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