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iOS Swift Collections and Control Flow Introduction to Collections Arrays

Jennifer Schultz
Jennifer Schultz
1,944 Points

Quick question: why didn't you use camel case when writing "var todo"?

From what I understand, aren't we supposed to default to camel case when naming in order to ensure clarity? Is "todo" one of those exceptions that has a specific meaning in Swift, or is it just something like "goto" in DOS? Just curious. Thanks!

1 Answer

andren
andren
28,538 Points

A lot of people (especially within programming) classify todo as single word, not two. In that case the name todo would follow standard camelCase rules.