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When writing the function name "is mike", why do we need to put an underscore between the two words? ("is_mike")?
Hi, will it matter in php code if I write the function name just "is mike", without the underscore, instead of is_mike? Or do we need to put that always if function name has two words or more?
as per the php syntax rules ,a valid function ,variable or class name cannot contain any spaces. to join such names with two or more words would require the use of an underscore or using upper and lowercase characters to seperate words. $isMike and $is_mike are valid names