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Re: Embracing functions with parentheses

by jbrugger (Parson)
on Mar 16, 2005 at 09:58 UTC ( #439890=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Embracing functions with parentheses

Our own functions are easy to recognice due to the fact we have to program conform to a predefined coding standard.
eg:
funcions are named using camelnotation, we use an indentation of 4 spaces(tab) 'private' functions have an _ prefix (i know they do not really exist in perl, but this way we know a function is ment to be private) etc.
Next we allways use strict and have warnings on, and we code with the idea that readability is more important than a fast and unreadable algorithm, and we try to avoid perlmagic as much as possible.
package Just_A_Package_Name use strict; sub _privateFunctionName() { my $self = shift; my ($otherItem) = @_; } sub publicFunctionName(){ ... } # So we'd rather write foreach my $item (@array) { # than foreach (@array) {

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[marto]: Corion, I think in the past this was a big problem for them. GPU driver wise the improve all the time. I use the open source drivers on my machine (old R9 270, 2GB) and had no problems
[Discipulus]: is not the problem with new hardware?
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[marto]: Discipulus]: less so than the modern intel CPUs
[marto]: also, AMD are faster at fixing the CPU microcode it would seem

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