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The most important element for a naming style is consistency. The names in the Standard C++ Library are an example of the results of the inconsistencies that arise when different programmers work on different parts of a piece of source code and ignore each other’s naming conventions. The Library uses a direct-concatenation style in some places. Function names such as getline are an example of this. In other places, it uses the style that uses the underscore to separate words making up a name. push back is an example of this usage.

If a program uses an identical string literal in several places, it only needs to store a single copy. We will be mainly concerned with value types in this chapter. However, we have already made use of several examples of object types. e. there are no fgw::playpen literals). std::cout and std::cin are also examples of object types (ones designed to handle output and input). Such objects have state, which represents their condition, but we cannot isolate that information from an object that stores the information.

Pascal would probably have died out many years ago were it not for the efforts of a single company, Borland. Borland created a version of Pascal with a considerable number of extensions. Those extensions provided a safe and correct way to do many of the things programmers wanted but which were prevented by Standard Pascal. More recently Borland further enhanced Pascal with features to support object-oriented programming. That extended dialect of Pascal is called Delphi. In addition, they then enhanced their C++ development tools to support mixing of C++ and Delphi.

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