Do you know the standard naming conventions in Programming? ????
???? Here are some of the most popular ones:
- ???? Camel Case: "camelCase"
- ???? Snake Case: "snake_case"
- ???? Kebab Case: "kebab-case"
- ???? Pascal Case: "PascalCase"
In the camel case, each word in a compound identifier is capitalized except for the first word, which starts with a lowercase letter.
The name is written without spaces, and the first letter of each subsequent concatenated word is capitalized.
In snake case, words are written in lowercase letters, and spaces are replaced with underscores ("_").
In the kebab case, words are written in lowercase letters, and spaces are replaced with hyphens ("-").
In Pascal's case, each word in a compound identifier starts with an uppercase letter, including the first word.
The name is written without spaces.
These naming conventions are commonly used in programming languages for variables, functions, components, and other identifiers to enhance readability and maintain consistency within codebases.
Which one do you use the most? ????
???? In Python: " snake_case" & "PascalCase"
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