TwoDesk Delphi Blog – Here’s an old blog post of mine, originally published June 6, 2009, that I though worth revisiting today: I came across a great blog post yesterday by Robert Nystrom, Naming Things in Code. Robert goes through a whole bunch of examples and comes up with some rules for how things should be named. Here’s a an oversimplification: Type names should be nouns Functions that do things should be verbs Functions that return booleans should be questions etc… I don’t want to reproduce his article here. I want you to read his article. I’ve thought for a long time that the way things are named in ...
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