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Dutch Notation documentation\explanation please...

I was asked to program using the Dutch Notation with C#.

I am not familiar with the Dutch notation at all. I use the Hungarian.
I asked a programmer friend "What is the Dutch Notation?" He replied,
"Do you mean HUNGARIAN notation?"

So I thought maybe the person who told me to use the Dutch notation
must have been mistaken. Upon doing some research, I realise that the
DUtch notation does exist (hehe pardon my ignorance!), BUT I can't
find any documentation on how to use it, ie what prefiex or sufixes,
etc

If somebody can briefly tell me what's its all about, or point me to
the right direction, it would be great!!

Thanks!
Nov 16 '05 #1
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Are you sure it does exist?
I have never heard of it, really.

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Regards,
Dennis JD Myrén
Oslo Kodebureau
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I was asked to program using the Dutch Notation with C#.

I am not familiar with the Dutch notation at all. I use the Hungarian.
I asked a programmer friend "What is the Dutch Notation?" He replied,
"Do you mean HUNGARIAN notation?"

So I thought maybe the person who told me to use the Dutch notation
must have been mistaken. Upon doing some research, I realise that the
DUtch notation does exist (hehe pardon my ignorance!), BUT I can't
find any documentation on how to use it, ie what prefiex or sufixes,
etc

If somebody can briefly tell me what's its all about, or point me to
the right direction, it would be great!!

Thanks!

Nov 16 '05 #2
Am 15 Nov 2004 06:33:40 -0800 schrieb funcSter:
I was asked to program using the Dutch Notation with C#.

I am not familiar with the Dutch notation at all. I use the Hungarian.
I asked a programmer friend "What is the Dutch Notation?" He replied,
"Do you mean HUNGARIAN notation?"

So I thought maybe the person who told me to use the Dutch notation
must have been mistaken. Upon doing some research, I realise that the
DUtch notation does exist (hehe pardon my ignorance!), BUT I can't
find any documentation on how to use it, ie what prefiex or sufixes,
etc

If somebody can briefly tell me what's its all about, or point me to
the right direction, it would be great!!

Thanks!


Dutch Notation? Never heard about that......
only thing i know is that ms is disadvising the use of hungarian notastion.
Nov 16 '05 #3

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