> No. No, it wouldn't. Nim is neither case sensitive nor case insensitive, but > rather it goes for Partial Case Insensitivity. Specifically, the first letter > of an identifier is case sensitive, while the rest is not.
Wow. This means that Nim's rules changed after the last time I used it. > You're technically right about your second example (myAccum == my_accum), but > this is very bad coding. It's not Nim's fault if you named different > variables so similarly. You're entirely missing my point. I find that refusing to compile this code is one of Nim's greatest strengths, exactly because it helps in preventing variable name clashes.