Why I Use Hungarian Notation With C++

So Hungarian Notation is an old(er) formatting for code. I don't fully use it, but I mainly use m_ for members so I know if they're a member of said class and s_ so I know the member is static.

A lot of people disagree with this formatting, but I use it just for cleanliness. Honestly, I don't really have another reason for this, it's just what I like. I like being able to read code and know where a member is from.

simply put, because


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