Visual Basic 2008 Programming: Business Applications with a Design Perspective
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2.6 Naming Objects

The three objects used in the Welcome example have another common property—Name. Unlike the Text property, the Name property can be set only at design time. When naming an object, be as descriptive as possible. A descriptive name provides clues to what the object is used for in a project. This can be particularly helpful when you need to review or modify the code in the future. In other words, descriptive names enhance code clarity and maintainability.

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