Tell us what’s happening:
**Your code so far**
// Variable declarations
// Variable assignments
StudlyCapVar = 10;
properCamelCase = "A String";
TitleCaseOver = 9000;
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Challenge: Understanding Case Sensitivity in Variables
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You’re supposed to change all the variable names to camel case. This:
is not camel case. In camel case, each word starts with a capital letter except for the first word. What you have hear is sometimes called “upper camel case” or “Pascal case”. In order to make it camel case, you would have to change the first letter to a lower case.
Check all your variable names and make them camel case. Don’t forget that there are 2 instances of each variable.
Let us know if this isn’t good enough of a hint.
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