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Why filename uniformity is important. *.c++ *.h++

 
 
Howard
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      10-15-2004

"Steven T. Hatton" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> And as I've already said, *.c++ and *.h++ is the One True Way.


Hmm. That must mean that everyone is doing it wrong. In almost all cases,
I see .cpp and .h as the extensions on the files I use, whether written
in-house or by a third party. I stick to that, because it's what everyone
else is using. Conformity as well as uniformity, you understand.

-Howard


 
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