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Passing an object between the methods which has to keep adding data in all the methods.

 
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Hi,

I have a requirement of passing the object between methods and adding data as below example. Is the below written code is a good programming practice?

 
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No.

1. Bad code indentation
2. Badly named methods (all), such as "SetValue1", it is meaningless as well as doesn't follow naming convention... first lower case... every other word camel case.
3. No spaces in between successive methods.
 
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