[r6rs-discuss] JAR statement
grettke at acm.org
Sat Feb 21 09:38:57 EST 2009
On Sat, Feb 21, 2009 at 6:14 AM, David Rush <kumoyuki at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/2/21 Thomas Lord <lord at emf.net>:
>>> >> Type type = new Type();
>>> > What asshat writes that kind of code?
>>> Every Java and C# programmer out there.
>> Oh, THEM... well, good then. They don't come
>> around here. There's nothing to worry about.
> ummm...some of us programming polyglots do it all the time in certain
The problem with Java and C# is that I am pretty sure that it is
impossible to utilize the suggested naming conventions from Scheme
"By convention, the components of compound names are separated by "-""
> It actually goes back to a Smalltalk convention where you
> named parameters to distfix operators "aType". It actually made for
> very readable code.
Camel-case is not a problem in those language; it is the lack of
dash-separated variable names support, rather.
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