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Section - What is 'Hungarian Notation'?

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Date: 24 Feb 1998
Archive file: hungarian

A naming convention for C code.  See Charles Simonyi and Martin Heller, "The
Hungarian Revolution", BYTE, Aug. 1991 (vol. 16, no. 8).  There are other
naming conventions;  see, e.g.  "A Guide to Natural Naming", Daniel Keller,
ETH, Projekt-Zentrum IDA, CH-8092 Zurich, Switzerland. Published in SIGPLAN
Notices, Vol. 25, No. 5, pages 95-102.


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