|This rule is Obsolete|
|Synopsis:||Name an identifier according to its meaning and not its type|
Avoid using language specific terminology in names of identifiers.
Do not use a definition like:
If it is absolutely required to have a uniquely named method for every data type, use Universal Type Names in the method names. The table below provides the mapping from C# types to Universal types.
Based on the example above, the corresponding reading methods may look like this:
double ReadDouble(); long ReadInt64();