Talk:Self-documenting code

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Stereotype examples Suggestion[edit]

I find the examples "whichRowOfTheTableWeAreGenerating" or "theIndexOfTheLastItemWeWillProcess" everything except good examples of self-documenting code. It's looks like it's written by someone who doesn't apply this convention in practice.

Examples like "whichRowOfTheNewTable" or "theIndexOfTheLastRawItem" would make more sense RoestVrijStaal (talk) 12:29, 31 August 2015 (UTC)