> I know it's probably heresy for a lot of coders, but does anyone know a
> function or class or regexp or somesuch which will scan through a PHP
> file and convert all the CamelCase code into proper C-type code? That
> is, "CamelCase" gets converted to "camel_case". I snagged a bunch of
> someone else's PHP code I'd like to modify, but it's coded the wrong
> way, so I'd like to fix it.
> (I'm teasing you CamelCase people. But I really would like to change
> this code around, because it doesn't happen to be my preference.)
I'd say, if you must, then change as you go. If you do it all in a
oner you'll likely introduce a shed load of problems.
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