From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-07-24 16:48:02
At 05:03 PM 7/24/2001, David Abrahams wrote:
>Just by the way, since the review process started I've been doing more
>more heavy-duty metaprogramming with the all_lower_case coding
>and I have to say that the inability to capitalize my type names is
>to be quite painful.
>I used to think that it was usually possible to find a name that matches
>object's role more closely than its type, but I guess that's not true in
The general rule may be something like: "These coding guidelines target
the general-purpose or basic standard library [need better description]
domain. In specific problem domains it may make sense to replaces for some
of the detailed guidelines as appropriate."
In applications code, I personally switch to mixed-case type names. A lot
of people seem to do that.
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