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A42 The m_ Prefix for Private Data A variation of the Hungarian style that we adopt in this book is the use of an additional pre x, m_, for private class data members This helps us instantly distinguish public data from private data It is particularly helpful in allowing a public property and an associated private data member to have essentially the same name the only difference being that the private data member has the m_ pre x Here is an example:
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The programmer writing code that calls into this class always uses the public bThreadContinue property, which gets translated into the private m_bThreadContinue eld that is visible only within our class The Designer creates some private data members for you one for each control created in a form We do not use the m_ pre x for such private data members because the extra effort would not be worth the potential bene t While we were assembling this set of guidelines, the m_ pre x prompted the most discussion We both found it useful but wanted to make sure it would be reasonable for NET Compact Framework code We found it widely used in pre-NET technologies, including C++ projects (for the MFC class library and the ATL template library), Visual Basic projects, and Active Server Pages What convinced us of its applicability to the NET Compact Framework was its use in various NET-based technologies, including Rotor, the shared source code implementation of the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) We also found that the NET Compact Framework itself uses m_ for all of its private elds, none of which are documented but which become visible with a tool such as ildasmexe
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A43 Hungarian Prefixes for CTS Value Types The common type system (CTS) de nes a set of types that all languages must support to be compatible with NET The CTS, which we discussed in detail in 3, is part of a speci cation known as the Common Language Speci cation (CLS) C# supports types outside this speci cation, most of which are unsigned types In the NET documentation, these are marked as not CLS-compliant To enhance code portability, we use only CLS-compliant types, and so Table A2 includes only CLS-compliant types
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TABLE A2: Hungarian Prefixes for Standard Value Types
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SystemBoolean SystemChar SystemDateTime SystemDecimal
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1 2 8 16
decimal
Integer Types
SystemByte SystemInt16 SystemInt32 SystemInt64 byte short Int long Byte Short Integer Long
1 2 4 8
byt sh i l
Platform-Specific Pointer or Handle Type
SystemIntPtr Floating-Point Types SystemSingle SystemDouble float double Single Double
iptra
sin dbl
Other Type
SystemGuid
guid
a In general, we do not use this prefix for IntPtr Instead, we use the prefix for the type being represented by the IntPtr variable For example, a Win32 window handle will have a prefix of hwnd instead of iptr This accomplishes the goal of making our code more readable and reduces the coding errors that arise from misusing variables
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Tables A3 through A14 list our recommendations for Hungarian pre xes for various NET Compact Framework types Because NET Compact Framework namespaces, classes, and other types have the same names as their NET Framework counterparts, this set of Hungarian pre xes can also work for NET Framework projects
TABLE A3: Hungarian Prefixes for Usage and System Classes
Class or Usage Type
Prefix
cb cch
Examples
cbReturnBuffer, cbLength cchMaxName, cchSearchBuffer
Integer used as a count of bytes Integer used as a count of characters Integer used as an index for a loop Array of any type
iItem, iFont, iFile
a (used prior to type-specific type)
int [] ai = new int[10]; // Array of integers ai[0] = 1; ai[1] = 2; string [] astrName; // Array of strings char [] achPassword; // Array of characters Button [] acmdWizard; // Array of buttons Control [] actrlSearch; // Array of controls deleFileFound, deleAddItem e (the standard event argument for