FLEX Coding Conventions

The FLEX coding conventions are based on Sun's standard Code Conventions for the Java Programming Language, so you should probably familiarize yourself with that, first. See the javadoc style standards as well. We differ in a number of points, so read this document, too. The emacs JDE mode that we recommend on the Getting Started With Flex page adheres to these conventions, and the FLEX packages comes with a configuration file for JDE which makes it easy to generate code with the FLEX standard header, described below.

Differences from Sun's Coding Conventions

Other conventions

Closing comments

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