Dear all, It would be highly appriaciated if any of you give me a URL for Hungarian Notification (for professional Java coding). Another question from me is there any meaning or abriabiation of JAVA. Thanks Anis From Bangladesh
Anisur Do you mean Hungarian notation? Here is a link to an MS site, as far as I know the original hungarian notation was developed by someone who worked at MS. http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnvsgen/html/hunganotat.asp For more info you can do a search on google or yahoo and use "hungarian notation" as the search words. As far as JAVA being an abbreviation for something I donth think it is. Orginally the language was to be called Oak (I think) and the name was later changed to Java. Maybe do a search on Sun's site. hope that helps
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Originally posted by Anisur Rahman: It would be highly appriaciated if any of you give me a URL for Hungarian Notification (for professional Java coding).
Anisur, For professional Java coding, the standard is pretty much NOT to use Hungarian notation so I suggest that you follow that instead. But if you don't mind getting called derisive names by real, professional Java programmers... Charles Simonyi of Microsoft came up with the idea of adding the little warts to program identifiers. It worked OK in C/C++ I guess but some people just don't know when to stop. BTW, Simonyi is Hungarian, thus the name for the notation. Junilu [This message has been edited by JUNILU LACAR (edited November 14, 2001).]