On Tue, 22 May 2001, Oliver Xymoron wrote:
> Because foo_ is a throwback to the days when C compilers had a single
> namespace for all structure elements, not a readability aid. If you need
> foo_ to know what type of structure you're futzing with, you need to name
> your variables better.
Not always. If the thing is used all over the tree, it'd better be
greppable. I hate the foo->de stuff - it's not localized and it's
impossible to grep for.
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