When I was reviewing low quality answers, I came across one on this question. Obviously English was not the OP's original language (at least I hope not!).
I couldn't do anything for the answer, but I did go ahead and fix several issues the question had, such as lowercase "i" and changing the class names to CamelCase. Which lead me to a question - I didn't use the escaped version of the
ClassName but I'm not sure that's the right thing to do. Conversely I wasn't sure that
having a bunch of
escaped words throughout the
improve its quality.
Does anyone have a hard and fast rule? When editing, do you:
- Automatically escape all
ClassName's or anything that references to a specific API call, variable name, etc?
- Leave whatever formatting the original question had, or
- Something in between, just using your judgement?`