OOP344 - FjXR - 20102

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OOP344 - FjXR - 20102
Group First Name Last Name Section Seneca Id wiki id IRC nick Blog URL
A Xiongwen Lu xlu44 A xlu44 xlu44 xlu44 my blog
B Junseok Park A Junseok jpark68 jpark68 My Blog
C Richard Hui A rhui4 Rhui4 Rhui4 My Blog
D Priya Gill A pkgill5 priya pkgill5 My Blog
E Liang Wang lwang168 A lwang168 lwang168 lwang168 my blog

Coding Style

Common Hungarian Notation Prefixes

Prefixes are often combined to form other prefixes, as when p and sz are joined to form psz, which stands for "pointer to zero-terminated string."

(See Example Below)

int nCount = 45 ;
char szUserName[20];
char* pszUserName[20];
char cLetter = 'a' ;

Prefix Data Type
c or ch char
cx, cy Horizontal or vertical distance
h Handle
n int
p Pointer
sz Zero-terminated string
f float

File names

to use cpp for implementation files and h for header files.
Note that when including Standard C++ header files,
the option of having no file name extension is used,
i.e.: #include <iostream>.

Parentheses, braces, and indentation

the opening brace should always go on the same line as the “precursor” (by which I mean “whatever the body is about: a class, function, object definition, if statement, etc.”). This is a single, consistent rule I apply to all of the code I write, and it makes formatting much simpler. It makes the “scannability” easier – when you look at this line:

int func(int a);

you know, by the semicolon at the end of the line, that this is a declaration and it goes no further, but when you see the line:

int func(int a) {

you immediately know it’s a definition because the line finishes with an opening brace, not a semicolon. By using this approach, there’s no difference in where you place the opening parenthesis for a multi-line definition:

int func(int a) { int b = a + 1; return b * 2; }

and for a single-line definition that is often used for inlines:

int func(int a) { return (a + 1) * 2; }

Placing the ‘{‘ on the next line eliminates some confusing code in complex conditionals, aiding in the scannability. Example:

&& cond2
&& cond3) {

The above has poor scannability. However,

if (cond1
&& cond2
&& cond3)

Parentheses, braces, and indentation