Explain naming convention constants, Computer Engineering

Explanation

Constants are "variables" that cannot be changed within a function- or script-body. The value will always be the similar during script-implementation.

Syntax
"AX_" + [PURPOSE] + {OPTIONAL}

If the constant name having of more than one word those will be separated using an underscore.

Examples
· AX_AUT_VERSION

 

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