May 11, 2005
Hungarian Rehabilitated?

In Making Wrong Code Look Wrong, Joel explains the difference between Systems Hungarian Notation (which is what most people think of when they think of Hungarian Notation, and which is utterly pointless these days, Mark) and Apps Hungarian (which isn't anything like so crap, and might still have some utility from time to time). In fact, I find that I use something similar to Apps Hungarian, though I use suffixes rather than prefixes, and I don't tend to abbreviate.

He's still wrong about exceptions, though, Raymond Chen or no Raymond Chen.

Posted to Software development by Simon Brunning at May 11, 2005 04:04 PM
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