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Java Java Basics Perfecting the Prototype Conditional ints

how do we write "number of people" camel case ?

it's in java beginners

int Number of People = 3;

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Variables cannot have spaces in them so to create descriptive variable names it's common to use Camel case. Camel case is a case system where you glue words together and capitalize the first letter of each word except for the first one.

So for number of people the camel case version would be numberOfPeople.

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