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This is a convention for naming identifiers, where the identifier starts with a capital letter and words begin with capital letters and are not separated by underscores. So, for example, one would use <hask>SomeMultiWordName</hask>.
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This is a convention for naming identifiers, where the identifer starts with a capital letter and words begin with capital letters and are not separated by underscores. So, for example, one would use <hask>SomeMultiWordName</hask>.
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Note that due to Haskell syntax, this would imply the identfier is a  [[Type|type]], [[Constructor|constructor]] or [[Class|class]] name.
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Note that due to Haskell syntax, this would imply the identifier is a  [[Type|type]], [[Constructor|constructor]] or [[Class|class]] name.
  
 
See also: [[Camel case]]
 
See also: [[Camel case]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:55, 2 September 2013

This is a convention for naming identifiers, where the identifier starts with a capital letter and words begin with capital letters and are not separated by underscores. So, for example, one would use
SomeMultiWordName
.

Note that due to Haskell syntax, this would imply the identifier is a type, constructor or class name.

See also: Camel case