Re: grid

"Tom Serface" <>
Mon, 23 Apr 2007 08:29:40 -0700
I think using this-> makes the program look funny and since it's unnecessary
typing I tend to avoid it. I do type in this-> if I want intellisense to
show me a list of functions or variables, then I cut it back out after the

I do like that when I type :: intellisense will show me the SDK functions in
the namespace. That's a handy way to not have to remember all the names.
Of course, the names are not so subjective in that case :o)

I use m_ for "member" variable and on the infrequent times I use global
variables I use g_. I also use s_ for singletons, but all of that is
totally subjective.


"MrAsm" <> wrote in message

On Mon, 23 Apr 2007 07:25:05 -0700, "Tom Serface"
<> wrote:

Hi Tom,

I think most of this is subjective.

Yes, you're are right...

For example, I tend to use m_ prefix for member variables, while
others just use explicit this-> .
What is the best practice? :)
Maybe it is just subjective...


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