[zeromq-dev] zmq-socket name aliases
sustrik at 250bpm.com
Sun Aug 1 21:56:37 CEST 2010
Brian Granger wrote:
> Most importantly, KEY != VALUE. That is, the name we use to refer to
> each socket does not have to include all the information about the
> socket, it merely has to be a unique identifier that is not confusing.
> The longer naming schemes feel like they are trying to put the VALUE
> into the KEY, i.e., all of the details of the socket into the name of
> the socket.
It reminds me of hungarian notation.
m_rgiNumbers happens to mean "member variable of type 'array of
integers' that is called 'numbers'".
I never understood what is the prefix good for given that I can get
exactly the same information from looking at the variable declaration.
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