Florian Gro<florgro / gmail.com> writes:

> David A. Black wrote:
>
>> Ruby variables are untyped, so there's no ground for comparison.  At
>> *no* point does one see what type a Ruby variable is.
>
> There's some weird guys who like to use different constant styles
> based on what they contain:
>
> MyClass
> MY_NUMBER
>
> (I still dislike the latter.)

Ok, I must be weird then :-9

I use CamelCaps for classes and modules only, and use
LOUD_SCREAMING_C_NAMES for other kinds of constants.

Makes perfect sense to me, but then maybe ETOOMUCHC in my youth. *g*

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