[linux-audio-dev] light C++ set for WAV

Florian Paul Schmidt mista.tapas at gmx.net
Wed Jul 26 10:46:51 UTC 2006

On Wed, 26 Jul 2006 11:26:00 +0100
Chris Cannam <cannam at all-day-breakfast.com> wrote:

> > vote++, i never cared for the more java style methodName convention.
> I think if your class is named LikeThis, then your method should be
> named  likeThat (Java-style).  If your method is named like_this, then
> your class  should be named like_that (STL-style).  Either is fine,
> but don't mix your  dialects.

Oh well, this is precisely what i do. For classes i use FooBar. For
Objects i use foo_bar. and for methods, it's foo_bar, too.

class FooBar {
	bool _yesno;

		FooBar (bool yesno) :
			_yesno (yesno)
			// ...

		void foo_my_bar (bool yesno) 
			_yesno = yesno;

int main () {
	FooBar foo_bar (false);
	foo_bar.foo_my_bar (true);

It just strikes some aesthetic nerve in me. And this is something you
just cannot argue about.  So to each his own i say :) And no, usually i
seperate header and implementation, too ;)


Palimm Palimm! 

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