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Takashi Kato scripsit: > 3) omit common prefix. here comes my question, in this case `af-' > looks like a prefix, how should we treat? We should keep it. The rule only applies to the prefixes for field names within records/structs. Those prefixes exist because in ancient pre-ISO versions of C, field names were not scoped to the struct in which they were defined. There is no reason to have them in C any more except backward compatibility, and absolutely no reason to use them in any language other than C. -- John Cowan cowan@xxxxxxxx http://www.ccil.org/~cowan Any day you [see] all five woodpeckers is a good day. --Elliotte Rusty Harold