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To reply to your comment on my underscore and the convention.
IDoNotLikeWritingLikeThis. IWouldNeverBuyABookWrittenLikeThis. IBelieveAllLanguagesUseSpacesBetweenWords.
More like this. Since I use expressive names,
the_underscore_meets_syntax_rules_with_minimum_disruption. In my opinion, the use of under scores is far more readable then camel case.
Another standard is to use UPPER_CASE when creating constants. So how does the standard address that in this example: DAYSOFTHEWEEK = 7. My choice is DAYS_OF_THE_WEEK. With this example, my use of under scores in variable names is consistant, camel case is inconsistent.
PLEASE note that I do not critisize others on this concept. I do NOT take offense at your comment, but do RESPECTFULLY disagree. Please, no flame wars on this topic.
Thanks for your time
If you work with telemetry, please check this bulletin board: http://www.bkelly.ws/irig_106/

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