I'm developing a webservice with several public methods. As an old VB programmer, I would normally use data type prefixes for my method parameters. For example, I might have method defined as (VB.NET):
Public Function GetSomething(ByVal nThingID As Integer) As String
But since this will be a public web method and since the wsdl will define the data types, I'm wondering if my parameter should really just be ThingID (or ThingId). Are there guidelines? Or even some opinionated suggestions?
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