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Maybe he is trying for consistency in a weird way. Perhaps he has to integrate back-end variable names that contain dashes instead of underscores. For consistency, he uses underscores everywhere so that search/replace still works and he doesn't have to worry about making a change in he code that won't get reflected in the backend and vice-versa.



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