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Old 11-10-2005, 08:21 PM   #1
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Java Naming Conventions


I've recently been trying to learn Java, and I feel like I've gotten the basics of the language down. I've bought a few books, and worked through numerous sections of the Java tutorial available on Sun's website, and a few others. My background in programming is largely in C and Lisp (Don't make fun of me because I'm old ) and I've seen lots of naming conventions over the years.

I know that Sun has a generally defined the Java naming convention (or so I've been told), but I have had a lot of trouble finding a complete explanation. Is there a place where it's all laid out?

Thanks so much!


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