Constants, Classes and Capitals
Constants, Classes, and Capitals Class names start with a capital letter because they are constants. In programming-speak, a constant is a value that, once set, does not change throughout the lifetime of the program. Classes are considered constants, so they are capitalized. You'll see other constants in ALL_CAPS, which is a Ruby convention that says "this value is a constant, but it is not a class.
If you want to change selection, open original toplevel document below and click on "Move attachment"
|last reprioritisation on
|suggested re-reading day
|started reading on
|finished reading on