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I am beginner in c# programming and working with MVC architecture for my windows application. i get confuse when i pass the parameters to the function from one layer to another layer. So i want to know about the naming convention of parameters which we pass to the constructor or function in order to call another layer's constructor or function. Kindly explain it in details.

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Posted 23-Jan-13 23:32pm
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Solution 1

There are plenty of naming conventions available. You can use camel case, pascal case or whatever suits you. Important thing is to provide meaningful names to objects and to have uniformity across the application.
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Solution 2

General Naming Conventions[^] should help you out.

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