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  From the March 2016 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
Paradox OPAL: Language Basics:
Camel Casing
 
Posted 12 years ago on 6/25/2008 and updated 10/16/2008
Take Away: Camel Casing capitalizes the first character of each word except the first word, so it frequently looks like a one or two hump camel. Used by many languages including Paradox's ObjectPAL. You can contrast Camel Casing with Pascal Casing which capitalizes the first character of each word (including acronyms over two letters in length) and was popularized by Pascal.
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Camel Casing - Camel Casing capitalizes the first character of each word except the first word, so it frequently looks like a one or two hump camel. Used by many languages including Paradox's ObjectPAL. You can contrast Camel Casing with Pascal Casing which capitalizes the first character of each word (including acronyms over two letters in length) and was popularized by Pascal.

Camel Casing capitalizes the first character of each word except the first word, so it frequently looks like a one or two hump camel. Used by many languages including Paradox's ObjectPAL.

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You can contrast Camel Casing with Pascal Casing which capitalizes the first character of each word (including acronyms over two letters in length) and was popularized by Pascal.

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