Expand Minimize

Avoid usage of Hungarian notation

Hungarian notation was used extensively in the past. However it is widely seen today as confusing to read, and can hide the true intent of a program meaning that code written can become unsupportable.

CheckId SPC089102
TypeName AvoidUsageOfHungarianNotation
Severity Warning
Type PowerShell File

Bad Practice

Good Practice

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this documentation and in SPCAF do not necessarily reflect the opinions and recommendations of Microsoft or any member of Microsoft. SPCAF and RENCORE are registered trademarks of Rencore. All other trademarks, service marks, collective marks, copyrights, registered names, and marks used or cited by this documentation are the property of their respective owners.