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My suggestion would be to try to use a more meaningful name for the list variables. I know this is sometimes hard to do, though. For example, instead of List<Car> cars, use something like List<Car> …
answered Jan 21 '14 by Dr. Wily's Apprentice
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whether that noun/verb accurately describes what you're naming. If you feel that there is more to the class/method that is not captured by the name, then that class/method might need to be refactored … . Alan Green and Jeff Attwood have written about the evils of naming classes with the "Manager" suffix. They argue that the term "Manager" is overused and is too vague to convey anything meaningful …
answered Jan 13 '12 by Dr. Wily's Apprentice