so it looks like, most #haskell code use camelCase normally, but sometimes snake_case. correct?
Nim is awesome that way; it's style insensitive. You can import a library that has a function awesomeFunction, but use that function as awesome_function in your code.
> only the first letters are compared in a case sensitive manner. Other letters are compared case insensitively within the ASCII range and underscores are ignored.
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