I must confess I think the Hungarian notation is out of date, given the
nature of public exposed classes and an integrated development
environment. I can usually in an IDE do a ****F/F2 to see a type
definition, and use CTRL/SHIFT/F2 to return back to my source. So I don't
generally prefix a variable with anything indicating its type. (no BOOL
blnSuccess declarations, just Success as boolean etc.)
What is important is the scope. I use g for global, m for module
(including form and class, they're all code modules in this sense) and
nothing for a local.
Also, prefixing classes with cls is not something I generally do, as I may
choose to expose them later and don't want the hassle of renaming them
For parameters, I also never apply a p prefix or hungarian type prefixes
to them, as any decent development environment can show me all that anyway.
TBQH I think there is a lot of scope for changing much of the standards
that have been in place for a while at the moment; in my view, many of the
ones I've had to adopt when working at different sites are out of date,
and would have been useful if I was editing in notepad or similar, but not
a powerful writing and debugging environment like VB.
> Hi my folks!
> I need a standard to Codeing (Variable naming,Controls,Functions,etc)
in VB.If you
> have a standard or you know the address of standard Please Help me.
> Thanks in advance.