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newb question about Variable Naming Conventions

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This is surely a very newb question but......

I've noticed in UDF's, etc. -- that the variable names are usually prefixed with a letter or two and "_" --- I am assuming this is done to help avoid problems with same named variables.

What I am wondering though -- is if there is an rhyme or reason to it -- kinda like a "best practices" sort of thing

Like do individual people just pick random (meaning whatever they feel like) letters, or is there any kind of scheme to it?

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If you make an UDF for example sound you can name it whatever you feel like but if a particular function of your sound udf plays a sound it would be only logical to call it _SoundPlay would it not?


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