Aargh! Just seen some Subroutines with the Name
Good the Text after the Numbers was different from these but what brings Softwaredevelopers to give their Subroutine such Names?
I Develop now for many Years not only Natural also Java, COBOL and some other Languages but i’ve never seen Functions/Methods with Numbers* in the Name. I think thats not only needless its also dangerous for maintainance. If you would insert one Subroutine/Function into such a Programm you have to renumber the following Subroutines.
And if someone come and would say it’s better to find at the Source area than i have to say what about Strg+F; Outlines (like this); Collapse/Expand Source at SPoD; Mark and Scan at BS2000 Sourceeditor;…
Is there a Natural Styleguide for naming Variables, Subroutines and the whole other Stuff?
What do you think about this?
- Except like ascii2ebcdic but not a Counternumber