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SubjectRe: [OT?] Coding Style
Georg Nikodym wrote:

> I think that the distinction is moot and this argument a waste of
> time. If you are anything more than a code tourist, you should have
> no trouble dealing with mnemonic names. So the above can become:
> /*
> * timcaefn == this is my clear and easy function name
> */
> void timcaefn (void);
> If you're at all concerned about RSI, your fingers will thank you.

This is why the autocompletion of functions and struct members in VC++ is
awfully nice...hit the first few unique letters and it will complete the rest of
the function for you, then hit tab and keep going. Is there anything with that
functionality under Linux?


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