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camelCasing, PascalCasing, lowercase, and UPPERCASE in PowerShell

Capitalization rules for identifiers were created to help make types, members, and parameters easier to read. There are several types of casing used, depending on the identifier: camelCasing, PascalCasing, lowercase, and UPPERCASE.

Writing good code isn’t just about how it performs or its usability. Writing code that is clean and well presented is just as important. I will be looking at how to format and case your code for better readability in .NET.

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