Are lowercase values in an enum okay?

i mean, it works so far, but all of the examples capitalize the first letter… and i kinda see why, the ‘enum values’ themselves are sorta constructors, but, for my use, a stupid C#-like int enum, in which i only use .getIndex(), there’s no problems… but down the road, will there be any weird problems?

That’s highly illegal in every country, authorities have been informed.

But no, that should “just work”. The compiler does make a few assumptions about lowercase identifiers in some situations, but I can’t think of anything that would affect enum constructors. And it you come across anything, please report it!