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Names: Recap

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Here’s a recap of what you’ve learned about naming conventions:

  • Variable names can be of any length.
  • As of Python 3, you can use Unicode characters.
  • You can use integers, but not at the beginning of a variable name.
  • For regular variables, use lowercase and snake case.
  • For constants, use uppercase.
  • For classes, use CapWords.

Damian on Feb. 22, 2020

haha.. got it! snake_case is the way to go.

Martin Breuss RP Team on Feb. 23, 2020

snake_case_all_the_way_🐍😉!

Harsh Chaklasiya on May 3, 2020

hahaha_snake_is_watching_you

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