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  1. Matthew Davidson mjd

    !webdev question: Any reason why you _must_ use camelCase variable names in JavaScript rather than !Drupal style underscore-separated names?

    Tuesday, 11-Oct-11 12:30:56 AEDT from web at 30°17'46"S 153°6'56"E
    1. cdbragg cdbragg

      @mjd because # are cute. Not as cute as # though.

      Tuesday, 11-Oct-11 13:10:34 AEDT from web at 28°0'6"S 153°25'42"E
      1. Peter pvs

        @cdbragg # cases though are strictly forbidden as its almost impossible to know what line the head or tail of a word sits on

        Tuesday, 11-Oct-11 14:08:38 AEDT from web
      2. Matthew Davidson mjd

        @cdbragg case || || giraffe can be very unweildy.

        Tuesday, 11-Oct-11 15:20:34 AEDT from web at 30°17'46"S 153°6'56"E
        1. Matthew Davidson mjd

          That post is hilarious if you view source. Okay, maybe hilarious is overstating it.

          Tuesday, 11-Oct-11 15:22:42 AEDT from web at 30°17'46"S 153°6'56"E
          1. cdbragg cdbragg

            @mjd don't even need to view source if using Android!

            Wednesday, 12-Oct-11 07:46:49 AEDT from Seesmic
            1. Peter pvs

              @cdbragg the browsers that bad hey?

              Wednesday, 12-Oct-11 08:02:57 AEDT from web
              1. cdbragg cdbragg

                @pvs there's an app for that!

                Wednesday, 12-Oct-11 08:06:42 AEDT from Seesmic
              2. cdbragg cdbragg

                @pvs what's a browser? There's an app for that! Insert link yo Sesame Street video here.

                Wednesday, 12-Oct-11 08:08:24 AEDT from Seesmic
                1. cdbragg cdbragg

                  @cdbragg @pvs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhkxDIr0y2U

                  Wednesday, 12-Oct-11 08:55:56 AEDT from web at 28°0'6"S 153°25'42"E
    2. Peter pvs

      @mjd I think its more of a convention, inherited from BigBrother Java, some argue thats it improves readability & some just argue.

      Tuesday, 11-Oct-11 14:04:23 AEDT from web