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My code:
I4 Os1 ;0 S,>.<?+?>**=<&&><and>++<gt><==> B1 L1 C1 P0 N> R1 Vl(de,en)c1a1p(s-1h0a0)r0d1 Hsw2 sub-main

It seems to me, that my style is currently changing. And some of it is due to emacs's indenting system. To the arraynaming: I often included liste (german for list) in my arraynames (and my variable names are often german).

So why not another option: l at variables with the language code after that for the naming. For me it would be Vlde.

update: Included l(de,en) in my code. (Yes, sometimes i use english names)


In reply to Re: Style geekcode by nefertari
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