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Coding standards, or coding conventions, are sets of rules or guidelines designed to govern the process of code production in a software project. They're usually based on industry best practices or generally accepted conventions. They include naming conventions, style, prohibited features, and more.

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Where I am originally from we use XXX (and then YYY, ZZZ) for numbers that we do not know them yet, for example: add XXX to YYY to find the result, then add 10%. Originates from equations at school w …
answered Apr 6 '11 by Dimitrios Mistriotis
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One good aspect of modern programming languages is that you can have large variable names. In Object oriented programming, which you are utilising, Java conventions are quite popular. So it would be …
answered Jan 15 '13 by Dimitrios Mistriotis