Function Declaration in Interface File :: MFC

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    Function Declaration in Interface File :: MFC

    Hi.

    Regarding C++ windows programming, is it a convention to include both data type and variables names for function parameters in the declaration file?

    For example:


    class MyFrame : public CFrameWnd{public: MyFrame(); functionA(int &var, char &str); protected: afx_msg OnPaint(); afx_msg OnLButtonDown(UINT nChar, UINT nRep, UINT nFlags);// afx_msg OnLButtonDown(UINT, UINT, UINT);...private:...};


    I am used to not including anything more than what is necessary.

    Kuphryn

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    I just show the types in the declaration.........just habit I suppose

    Though I guess it makes your headers more readable if you list the names too

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