c# Interview question :- Can you explain difference between Pascal notation,Camel notation and hungarian notation ?

 Posted by articlesmaint on 3/1/2011 | Category: .NET Framework Interview questions | Views: 6452


The above c# interview question is asked to ensure if you have used coding standards in your project. All the above 3 things are  nothing but naming conventions which are followed in programming languages to ensure a clean code. Below is the explanation of each naming convention.


Pascal Notation- In this naming convention all starting letter of the words are in Upper Case and other characters are lower case.


Example: SupplierCode


Camel Notation- In this naming convention first character of all words, except the first word are Upper Case and other characters are lower case.


Example: supplierCode


Hungarian notation - In this naming convention the variable name starts with group of small letter which indicate data type.


Example: bLoop ( b indicates its a boolean type),iSum ( i indicated its a integer data type).


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