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PHP PHP Basics (Retired) PHP Datatypes PHP Datatypes Quiz

The question about constants always being upper-case is misleading. They don't have to be.

I think choosing 'False' is technically correct. I want my points.

Aaron Arkie
Aaron Arkie
5,345 Points

Its a followed style of programming. You will find that using all upper-case letters when defining a constant is used across many programming languages. Though technically the compiler doesn't care if you type max_points vs MAX_POINTS, but someone reading your code will definitely appreciate it as it's easier to identify.