[PyKDE] camel/under style
patrickkidd.lists at gmail.com
Sat Oct 21 20:46:28 BST 2006
that's what I do as well. the line is blurred between modue-level
methods and class methods, because in python they are all just
methods... But, I really like the idea of striving for single-word
method names and therefore avoiding camel case or
underscore-seperation at all. Funny, All of my concept of 'style'
disappeared when I started this commercial C++ project...
On 10/21/06, Torsten Marek <shlomme at gmx.net> wrote:
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> Patrick Stinson schrieb:
> > pythonic purists use underscores and lowercase as described in the
> > python style guide, qt/C++ people use camel casing to remain
> > consistent with Qt.
> > What do PyQt people use?
> for classes, "public" methods and functions, I use camel case. For everything
> else (internal functions/apis, variable and arg names), I sometimes use
> lowercase/underscore. I used to have camel-casing everywhere, but somehow I
> switched over. Maybe it was because I saw all these underscores in other
> people's Python code. Still, class or method names with underscores would look
> unbelievable odd to me...
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