Understanding Case Sensitivity in Variables in javascript

Understanding Case Sensitivity in Variables in javascript
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#1

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// Declarations
var StUdLyCapVaR=camelCase;
var properCamelCase=camelCase;
var TitleCaseOver=camelCase;
var camelCase;
// Assignments
STUDLYCAPVAR = 10;
PRoperCAmelCAse = "A String";
tITLEcASEoVER = 9000;
camelCase=STUDLYCAPVAR;

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#2

You should probably review the following challenges to understand the differences between declaring a variable and assigning a value to a variable.

Once you understand these concepts, then you need to understand that in both sections (Declarations and Assignments), the variable names have to be exactly the same. JavaScript is case-sensitive, so a variable named JAVASCRIPT would not be the same variable as JavaScript.

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