One thing I like to include in parameter names is the direction. For example, "@Date_in" would be an input parameter, "@Date_out" would be an output parameter, "@Date_both" would be both.
Variables declared in the body of the proc don't have either. (e.g.: "@Date")
It makes it easier when I'm debugging or refactoring a proc, to be able to tell at a glance, whether I'm looking at an input parameter, an output parameter, or an internal variable.
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