scott at tactilemedia.com
Thu Oct 30 02:51:06 EST 2003
> A single character is a single character. It could be anything that helps
> prevent name-space conflicts. The "g" has an additional value as a
> mnemonic; "g" means "global", and it lets you use other chars for other
> types (e.g., "p" for "parameter").
You're right of course. See below.
> If you use an underscore for globals, what do you use for other types?
I don't. I misread the problem in the original post as having to do with
object references, not variable references. I was referring to the use of
underscores for object names (ie field _name vs field "name"). I do, in
fact, use the same naming conventions for variables. Apologies for the
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