Checks if iterator variables are prefixed with i, j, k etc. Depending on
the parameters for variable casing, this can mean that iterator
variables can be of the form
jTest (lower/upper Camel casing),
j_test (Snake casing),
jTEST (screaming Snake
casing) or or
irow, jtest (lower casing). When enabled, this check
The iterator variable name does not start with i, j, ..., z.
The first character is not followed by an upper case character (lower/upper Camel/screaming Snake casing), a lower case character (lower casing) or an underscore followed by a lower case character (Snake casing).
SubsequentLettering(boolean): True if, in nested for-loops, the starting letters of the iterator names shall be subsequent letters in the alphabet.
MinimumLength(double): The minimum length for iterator variable names, the name should be descriptive. The default value for this parameter is 3 and it can be changed to anywhere between 1 and 20.
UseVariableCasing(boolean): Set to 1 to use the casing parameters for variable casing. If set to 0, iterator variable names can be of the forms lower/upper Camel casing, Snake casing, screaming Snake casing or lower casing.
By maintaining a convention on iterator variables, these can easily be distinguished within the code.