Name Forms

by Dr. Osama M. Khaled last modified 2022-08-31T00:24:44+00:00
A name is a string of characters used to identify some entity in a program.
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The use of underscores and mixed case in names is a programming style issue, not a language design issue.

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Case sensitive names

It is a concept that considers uppercase and lowercase letters in names are distinct.

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The int type in Java specifies a value range of

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Names in Java have no length limit

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C99 has no length limitation on its internal names, but only the first 63 are significant

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External names in C99

(those defined outside functions, which must be handled by the linker) are restricted to _____ characters

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C++ does not specify a length limit on names, although implementers sometimes do

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In C++,

variable sun is same as variable Sun

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Names in C# have no limit

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In C#, variable drive is not same as variable DRIVE

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Fortran 95+ allows up to 31 characters in its names

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Names in Ada have no length limit, and all characters in them are significant

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