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Coding style is a set of guidelines that helps readability and understanding of the source code.

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In reading another programmers code, he uses a format I have never seen. E.G. namespace MyNs.HereWeAre {//tab here for some reason public class SomeClass {//here …
asked May 15 '12 by P.Brian.Mackey
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According to the Framework design guidelines, when referring to public or protected fields: DO NOT use a prefix for field names. For example, m_ is a prefix. So, public exposure of a field le …
answered Apr 21 '11 by P.Brian.Mackey
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The real problem that comes from this is how to make those hard headed ones that don't like to use brackets in if statements, or use the same connections string everywhere in the code, or …
answered Mar 28 '11 by P.Brian.Mackey
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Create consistency with a good upfront design. What you describe in the question is nothing less than micro-management. I do a lot of web development. So I favor RESTful and CRUD development expose …
answered Sep 13 '11 by P.Brian.Mackey
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Code smell. string stringVariable = ""; The above code tells me nothing about the variables intended usage. class Klass Same problem string UserNameString = "bmackey" The above code should no …
answered Mar 25 '11 by P.Brian.Mackey
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Theres an important detail missing from the equation. Why does tag contain post and visa-versa? The answer to this question determines the solution for each given set. In general I can think of a s …
answered Nov 29 '11 by P.Brian.Mackey