Parameters are names for arguments of methods.
Argument identifiers begin with a special lowercase letter as a prefix and put in initial caps later, for example, nItemCount.
Use the following prefixes:
- 'x' for interfaces
- 'b' for boolean values
- 'n' for integer numbers
- 'f' for floating point numbers
- 'a' for all other types. These are represented as classes in programming languages.
The order of parameters is defined by the following rule: Where, What, How. Within these groups, order by importance. For example,
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