At the beginning of the of ES6 i read that const functions must be in upper case, right but as i go a step a head i notice that along the challenges there are other const function that go against the that concept can someone kindly explain to me why that is so.
its not a requirement for a const to be in uppercase its just common practice to use uppercase so that you and other programmers will know that its a fixed value.
It’s global constants that are usually spelled in all caps. Local variables that are
const (which should be pretty much all your variables) should follow the naming conventions of any other local variable.