Interface naming convention

by admin 5. June 2008 23:31

"I" als Praefix - das ist Geschmacksfrage und soll nicht Thema sein. Folgendes hat mich schmunzeln lassen:

A couple of programmers on our team learned that interface names should begin with "I", but didn't pick up on the rest of the guidelines. So they treated "I" as a personal pronoun, not as an acronym. We now have interface names like "IAmAChildObject", "INeedMyDataRow", "IAmDependentAndWantMyParentCollection", and "ICanDeleteMyself".

[via Brad Abrams (in den Kommentaren)]

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