I don’t like hungarian notation. Not one little bit. In order to show how hungarian notation can cause confusion in code, and make code harder to read I am going to run the first international obfuscation through Hungarian notation competition. I want to see just how bad it can get. The code can either be “intentionally” obfuscated, or an example of obscure code found “in the wild”. As first prize I’m offering a T-Shirt with the following famous quote regarding hungarian notation (attributed to Alec Flett at Netscape) printed on it:
prepBut nI vrbLike adjHungarian! qWhat’s artThe adjBig nProblem?
Make submissions through the comment part of my weblog here. Your submissions can include your name, the code, if it is code from “the wild” and if you wish to remain anonymous if I post the code here on my weblog. You have one month to submit the code and the usual disclaimers apply - judges decision is final yadda yadda.
Suggested Reading: http://mindprod.com/unmainnaming.html