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Hello,
In this post I'm talking about properties in a programming language.

The official documentation defines it likes so: Properties are key-value pairs.

PROPERTIES
NameOfKey: value
NameOfKey: value
NameOfKey: value
END

NameOfKey is using the "PascalCase" naming convention. It is a naming convention in which the first letter of each word in a compound word is capitalized.

Knowing this information which of these two sound natural?

1. I'm using the PascalCase naming convention for the keys of properties.
2. I'm using the PascalCase naming convention for property keys.

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Zoltán KirályKnowing this information which of these two sound natural?

They are both unremarkable English. If you say "property keys", you are assuming there is a thing called a "property key". If there is, then number 2 is better for concision. If not, number one is better for clarity and accuracy.