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The Java Varvar Pattern

 
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He should have used var() as the method name; it fits the record conventions better than getVar().
 
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Naming section from the How to write unmaintainable code guide.  
Of course, this is a work of humour and not any sort of advise!
 
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Peter Rooke wrote:. . . . a work of humour . . .

Really?
 
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