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Tiny tip

If you separate your coding names using an underscore rather than a dash (eg class_name as opposed to class-name), most text editors will treat the underscore as part of one word, and thus makes it easier to select with a double-click.
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Written by Jake Rayson Rayson on

If you separate your coding names using an underscore rather than a dash (eg class_name as opposed to class-name), most text editors will treat the underscore as part of one word, and thus makes it easier to select with a double-click.

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