|Date:||August 28, 2006 / year-entry #291|
|Summary:||Generally speaking, I believe that you should try to avoid giving functions a boolean parameter (BOOL, bool, etc.) unless the meaning of that boolean parameter is blatantly obvious. Examples of obvious meaning would be the second parameter to the EnableWindow function (TRUE obviously means the window is being enabled and FALSE means that it's being...|
Generally speaking, I believe that you should try to avoid giving functions a boolean parameter (
But for functions like
Even worse is that
And the mystery
Mind you, this is just my opinion. Others may disagree with me.
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