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CamelCase in JS variables #26

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danburzo opened this Issue May 13, 2011 · 1 comment

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@danburzo

The example you give for this section:
var MOUSE_TIMEOUT = 30;

is, i believe, a good practice: variables that are supposed to be 'constant' (stuff like intervals, timeouts) can be differentiated by using ALL_CAPS. I'm sure you meant 'variables' in the general sense, so maybe it makes sense to change the example to something like:

var ARRAY_LENGTH = myArray.length; // bad
var arrayLength = myArray.length; // good

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taitems commented Jun 11, 2011

Fixed locally, pending commit.

@taitems taitems closed this Jun 11, 2011
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