|A Tinderbox Reference File : Attributes : Attribute Naming|
Attribute names - whatever their type - are:
Although you may use any letter case combination it is worth noting that the general style in Tinderbox - and examples in the manual etc., tend to one of two styles opening capital ('Prototype') or inter-capitalised ('AgentPriority'). For newer users, adopting the latter form for user attributes will help to distinguish attributes when seen in action and export code.
Perhaps self-evident but adopting self explanatory names is useful both in writing codes but also when displaying key attributes.
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