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From majetideepak <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] orc pull request #116: ORC-185: [C++] Simplify Statististics Implementation
Date Mon, 08 May 2017 20:55:58 GMT
Github user majetideepak commented on a diff in the pull request:

    --- Diff: c++/src/Statistics.hh ---
    @@ -41,49 +41,181 @@ namespace orc {
    + * Internal Statistics Implementation
    + */
    +  template <typename T>
    +  class InternalStatisticsImpl {
    +  private:
    +    bool hasNull_;
    --- End diff --
    The problem with the current style is that there are no guidelines and is not consistent
as well. I see some variables beginning with an `_` and some don't.
    In other projects, I found the google style very helpful to read code. Especially when
I have to revisit the code after some months. The style allows me to easily distinguish a
class member vs a local member. Now that we plan to add the writer, the code base is only
going to increase significantly. I felt this is the right time to introduce a standard moving
forward. A standard helps people new to the code base too.

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