C# Interview question :- Can you explain difference between Pascal notation, Camel notation and hungarian notation ?

C# Interview question :- Can you explain difference between Pascal notation, Camel notation and hungarian notation ?

Answer: The above c# interview question is asked to ensure if you have used coding
standards in your project. All the above 3 things are  nothing but naming
conventions which are followed in programming languages to ensure a clean
code. Below is the explanation of each naming convention.Pascal Notation– In this naming convention all starting letter of the words are in Upper Case and other characters are lower case.Example: SupplierCode

Camel Notation– In this naming convention first character of all words, except the first word are Upper Case and other characters are lower case.

Example: supplierCode

Hungarian Notation – In this naming convention the variable name starts with group of small letter which indicate data type.

Example: bLoop ( b indicates its a Boolean type), Sum ( i indicated its a integer data type).

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