UiPath Variable Names

Question: Which of the following violates the UiPath variable naming convention?

  •   H1Tag
  •   HWonTag
  •   hWonTag
  •   1hTag

UiPath Exam Answer

The variables 1hTag and H1Tag are correct because they are incorrect. Well, they’re incorrect UiPath variable names that is, which makes them the correct answers to this question.

UiPath Variable Names

The regex UiPath uses to validate variable names is ([A-Z]|[a-z])+([A-Z]|[a-z]|[0-9]). That’s all you really need to know.

A variable name complies with this RegEx rule if it starts with any upper or lower case letter and is then followed by another upper or lower case letter. Any number of numbers and letters can come after that.

Naming Conventions in UiPath

Okay, RegEx is as confusing as hell, so nobody expects you to understand that. But what you need to know is that variable names must be camel cased, start with a letter, and the second letter has to be a character too. The fact that the second character can’t be a number throws a lot of people off.

Make sure you know the UiPath naming conventions well before you schedule your UiPath Associate Exam test taking.

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