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Colin Angus Mackay18-Aug-07 14:32
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Mark Churchill18-Aug-07 17:10
Mark Churchill18-Aug-07 17:10 
Good code is readable code. Full qualified names are anything but readable.

If anything fully qualified names are the crutch for inexperienced programmers who don't know where things are, code by intellisense, aren't able to hit 'find' in the object browser, or don't have the skill to notice when a conflict occurs.

Programming environments are continually evolving to provide more and more abstraction, which helps us make sense of complex situations. Why anyone would want to make their code more complex and difficult to understand is beyond me.

Regardless, your refactoring tools (even the built in ones) make dealing with your usings a total no-brainer.

Mark Churchill
Director
Dunn & Churchill

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