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From: ian <fist_187@s...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Style and organization of code
Tom wrote:
> OCaml functions, values, types,
> and exceptions are usually not named lowerUpperCase, but
> words_with_underscores - it is somewhat disfunctional for us coming from
> "other" parts of the world (typing _ includes pressing the Shift key)
> but so is typing uppercase letter - there are no other alternatives.
> Anyways, better stick to the convention.

OK.  I was getting the lowerUpperCase from "Naming and Declarations" in this
document:
http://www.cs.caltech.edu/~cs20/a/style.html

Is that out of date?  If so, can you point me to a newer/better one?
Alternatively, how would you fill in that table?