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Re: Re: GetOpt::Long usage style

by demerphq (Chancellor)
on Mar 09, 2003 at 10:18 UTC ( #241535=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: GetOpt::Long usage style
in thread GetOpt::Long usage style

I suppose tis amatter of coding style, but often the process that occurs is like this: I know I need to handle options, x, y, z and that I want them have defaults. I write the Getoptions code, and then start working on the code that uses those options. If during that process I realize that the names i have chosen for the vars dont have the right names, I change them then and there, once finished the code that uses the vars, (and settling on the right names) I go back and adjust afterwards. Why not search and replace? Usually these vars are lexical for me, and usually I dont want to change every instance at once, yes I could hover on the search/replace button, changing the appropriate ones, but often I dont bother, its less effort to go to the one place in my code that I know is relevent and make he changes by hand, and quickly.

Having said that your suggestions are welcome, but even more welcome would be an explanation of the motivations you had for using this style, and the motivations for not chosing it as well.

Cheers,


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