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what is camel case
int ("number of people") = 3;
Steven Parker228,001 Points
The phrase "camel case" just refers to a style of identifier construction where multiple words are combined and the first letter of each word other than the first is capitalized. Some examples:
hoursBeforeSunset. The code example shown above does not contain any examples of camel case.
This is one of many odd names given to the various naming conventions used in different languages.