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LongRange.Shooter29-Oct-02 3:22
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Looking through my code, I have turned to using pascal notation for all of my controls. So for example, most pages I build has a line for display of error messages. That label is named ErrorMessage. A combobox which allows the choices for descriptions of a project phase is named ProjectPhaseChoices. It also helps clarify the code a little bit. For example:

lifeCycle += 2; vs.
LifeCycleChoice.SelectedItem = 1;

It is obvious which is a variable. If Microsoft allowed the original notation for controls (eg: LifeCycleChoice="Unit Testing";) you would have a real hard time short of mouse-floating to determine if you are working with a control or an internal variable. Fortunately, you are forced into explicitely naming the property within the control object. But it is all a matter of personal choice. I name all of my objects in Pascal, so it makes sense that the controls also be named in Pascal as well since both are just objects.

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