Java Naming Conventions


Adhering to the Java naming conventions will make code easier to read. The used identifier determines its function, for example whether it's a constant, method or class.
The java code convention can be found on the Sun website

Since 0.6


Bad code:

Good code:

static final int myFinalField = 0;
static final int MY_FINAL_FIELD = 0;

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