What is the standard naming convention for the variables in R?

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Use of period separator

e.g. product.prices <- c(12.01, 10.12)

Use of underscores

e.g. product_prices <- c(12.01, 10.12)

Use of mixed capitalization (camelCase)

e.g. productPrices <- c(12.01, 10.12)

However, the third way is mostly and widely used and avoids any errors or confusion.
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