On Dec 18, 2009, at 6:04 PM, wren ng thornton wrote:
Richard O'Keefe wrote:
(Why do people call
baStudly syle "camel"? Is there somewhere in the world a
species of camel with three or four humps, like
camelCase differs from StudlyCaps in the case of the first character
(that is, XmlNodeSansChildren is *not* camelCase).
You missed the African gender prefix "ba-".
You will note that "baStudlyCaps" also does not start with a capital.
But you will also note that people talk a great deal about "camel case"
when they are referring to Java class names, which *do* begin with a
capital letter. Think of XmlNodeSansChildren as a three-humped camel
with its head raised, and xmlNodeListSize as a three-humped camel with
its head lowered. Same kind of weird off-world camel.
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