developed by eBay.
Attempting to list an item with any of these constructs will result in an error returned by the AddItem call, and of course the item will not get listed.
3. Another rule of thumb is to use good variable and function naming conventions. This is always a good software development practice, but it's all the more
can be safely categorized as such. Strings should start with "s", numerical types should start with "n", objects should start with "o", arrays should start with the letter indicating what this is an array of followed by the word "Array", and functions should start with "f".
You should try to keep this first letter lower case and the second letter upper case. Somewhere in each variable name or function name you should
have a 3 or 4 letter common identifier indicating your product or company or application. The number of letters you choose
As you can imagine, this led to both the Description not rendering as the user expected and the eBay functionality on the ViewItem page not working correctly (you certainly don't
want to break the ability to place a bid!).
Here's an example of a good variable name and function name for a fictional application called "AmazingLister"