[erlang-questions] Variable Name Capitalization
Sat Aug 18 12:05:47 CEST 2007
I use different standards for atoms and variables:
In atoms I use_underscore to_separate_words because this is much easier to
to read and there is nu UC letter at the beginning anyway.
For variables I use capitalisation ToSeparateWords as there already IS an UC
letter at the beginning. BUT I very seldom use long variable names that are
more than one word. I find it much better, and more readable, to document
what the variable is for and use a short name.
This also makes it easier to see which are atoms and which are variables.
I don't know if there is an accepted "standard".
On 17/08/07, David Mercer <dmercer@REDACTED> wrote:
> For those of you who don't like to RunYourWordsTogether, how do you
> capitalize your multi-word variable names? Do you capitalize all of the
> words or just the first one. That is, Long_Variable_Name or
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