[PyKDE] camel/under style

Kevin Cureton kevin at bang-splat.com
Fri Oct 20 06:34:30 BST 2006

I use lowercase/underscores for everything except class names. Those  
I use mixed case on (it just felt more proper that way).

A nice bonus of coding this way is that I can quickly tell when I am  
calling my code versus a method in Qt or one of the python libraries.


kevin at bang-splat dot com
The tools for managing paradox are still undeveloped. --Kevin Kelly

On Oct 19, 2006, at 1:13 PM, Patrick Stinson wrote:

> pythonic purists use underscores and lowercase as described in the
> python style guide, qt/C++ people use camel casing to remain
> consistent with Qt.
> What do PyQt people use?
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