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lowerCamelCase General

`lowerCamelCase` is a convention for naming our functions and variables. This means that the first word is in lowercase, and every new word starts with a capital letter. Here are some examples of functions named in lowerCamelCase: moveToWall() cleanRow() findLongestStreak() Using `lowerCamelCase` makes your code `muchEasierToRead` than `notusinganycapitalization`, as you can see.