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Standarts and notations

Posted on 2004-04-27
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hi;

i made a search but could't find exactly. What kind of codind standarts are there ? for example
standart type may include  " block brackets of if clause  must be under if or on the same line.. "
and notations types which i know hungarian, camelcase. what other notation types are there ?
and where can i find informations about them. thanks for all.
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try "programming standards"

I'm currently using standards microsoft outlines in it's books on dotNet.

here is one company's take on programming standards:
http://www.programmingresearch.com/solutions/programming_standards2.htm

here's a good list of dotNet standards:
http://www.programmingresearch.com/solutions/programming_standards2.htm

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