Programmers differ in the conventions they adopt for variable names. Some prefer all lowercase letters for variable names with underscores separating words, such as high_score and player_score . Others prefer lowercase letters except for the first letter of new words, such as highScore and playerScore . (In a bit of programming lore, the latter convention has been dubbed CamelCase because the middle-of-word capitalization looks like a camel’s hump.)
What synonymous phrase can you think of that means approximately the same thing as in a bit of something? Because I'm not entirely sure if I genuinely comprehend the meaning of this expression.