kebab case

It’s a minor thing, but somehow I never until just today knew that when you name variables using hyphens between words, like some-variable or count-of-chickens, it’s called kebab case. And, duh, of course it is.

I did already know, just so the record is clear, about camel case and snake case.

It sounds like a developer’s version of rock, paper, scissors: kebab skewers snake, snake bites camel case, camel case crushes kebab. I’m not sure how to differentiate the hand signals for kebab and snake. Programming is hard.

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