I really assumed you had at least the sense to choose something different than variable as the long version for v.
Everything you put that v in front is a variable. But also everything you don't put this in front of.
- I don't understand this point. Use something other than 'v', like what?
- I use 'v' for non-object variables and nothing else.
What you say is the most senseless thing I've heard of you since quite a while - you are once again loosing any contact with the actual reality of programming and development.
Thus I will not respond any further - since it would be a massive waste of time.
- I don't know what you're referring to. I said that variables and functions can look(/be) similar in some languages, which you agreed with.
- (Let's pretend that I didn't know that. There are all sorts of things that people happen not to know. You could be gentler with people.)
- (You're using words/phrases like 'senseless'/'losing touch with reality'/'waste of time' over literally nothing. This can be bad because you can mislead people reading your comment.)
- Here is my view on variable names:
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InStr(vText, vNeedle, vCaseSen, vPos, vOcc) ;preferred
InStr(text, needle, caseSen, pos, occ)
InStr(text, needle, case_sen, pos, occ)
SplitPath, vPath, vName, vDir, vExt, vNameNoExt, vDrive ;preferred
SplitPath, path, name, dir, ext, nameNoExt, drive
SplitPath, path, name, dir, ext, name_no_ext, drive
- Another advantage of my system is that you can stick in an extra word at the start, without having to change the capitalisation. And that key words always start with a capital (useful when searching).
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vPath -> vPfxPath
path -> pfxPath
path -> pfx_path