[r6rs-discuss] R5RS is not a baseline
xacc.ide at gmail.com
Sat Feb 21 01:09:59 EST 2009
> Grant Rettke scripsit:
>> In popular case-sensitive languages today like Java and C#, the
>> majority of programmers make a point never to use case alone to
>> distinguish between variables due to the obvious errors that doing so
>> often introduce.
> Say what?
> Do you have actual evidence of this?
> Using an UpperCamelCase name for a type and the same lowerCamelCase name
> for a variable of that type, where there is only one such variable in
> a given context, is *extremely* common practice.
> If capital letters are used only to mark word boundaries, the chances
> that two names will differ in case accidentally *other* than at the
> first character is pretty low.
I think you understand wrong.
This is common:
(defined at the same lexical scope/level)
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