I have never seen the use of "are" for boolean methods, but the use of "is" is very common. When I want to use "are" is usually because I am passing multiple variables, or a list of objects. I ...
I am frequently tempted to wrap integers, etc, solely for the purpose of writing methods that can return null. Negative 1 can work in many cases, but too often (especially in sound) it's a valid ...
Let's assume that I'm extending a graphical file chooser class (JFileChooser). This class has methods which display the file chooser dialog and return a status signature in the form of an int: ...