theadventmaster wrote in post #1071970:
> I generally use a top-down approach, where new methods are added
> immediately beneath the method that first requires it.  This is most
> convenient and can be thought of as a type of logical ordering.
>
> If I was trying to be productive, I definitely would not order methods
> alphabetically, especially if the class was large.  I'm trying write
> code,
> not rearrange my filing cabinet...
>
> On Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 12:36 PM, Robert Klemme


Alphabetical ordering does makes sense. Since most text editors include 
some kind of "fold function" feature, you can fold everything and just 
see the method names. If they're alphabetical it is very easy to browse 
through them.

>If you're using a proper editor to navigate, order won't matter. I
>always just sort my methods.

What editor are you using?

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