The whole thing is kind of a joke. The whole thing is a bit of a joke, though.
But seriously, the idea is that camelcase variables are variables that have been case-ed using the characters A-Z and a-z, so they don’t really have the same meaning. They’re just the characters that are used, and you can use them to type an uppercase variable name, like “my.name”, with no extra meaning. So, for instance, if I wanted to type “my.
So now I have two variables: my.name and my.name. So I can access my.name in my.name. Thats a really cool idea, and I have to admit that its kind of fun to use. But I’ve never seen a camelcase variable, so it may have to wait.
The best you can do is to use the right functions, it’s the most efficient.