•Boolean variables start with a lowercase "b" (eg. bIsLeapYear).
•Integer or Date variables start with a lowercas "n" (eg. nToday).
•String variables start with a lowercase "s" (eg. sMonthName).
The names you give to your variables should obey the following rules and suggestions :
•We recommend using only the following 52 letters : a..z and A..Z. The use of any other letter (such as é, î, æ, å, ø) is strongly discouraged due to different implementations of the diacritical characters in Windows.
•Note that variable names are case-sensitive. Q++ will treat the variables sMyFamilyName as a distinct variable from sMyFamilyname.
•We suggest using informative compound names for your variable, and making them more legible by putting the first letter of each word in uppercase (eg. bMondayIsHoliday).