Snake Case a string

What is snake case?

Snake case is a naming convention used in computer programming to name variables, functions, and other identifiers. In snake case, words are separated by underscores (_).

For example, "snake_case_example" is a valid snake case string.

Snake case is commonly used in programming languages like Python and Ruby to name variables, functions, and other identifiers. For example, in Python, you might name a variable that stores a user's age "user_age" in snake case. In Ruby, you might name a method that calculates the square of a number "calculate_square" in snake case.

Using snake case makes code more readable and easier to understand, especially when working with complex projects with many variables and functions. However, different programming languages and communities have different conventions for naming, so it's important to follow the conventions of the language or community you're working in.