Camel Case

n.

Pronunciation

/ˈkæməl keɪs/

Definition

A form of letter capitalization in which each word in a phrase is capitalized and there are no spaces between words.

Real world examples include WordPerfect and FedEx. Camel case is useful in databases that do not allow for spaces in the values as well as for naming variables in programming. An example would be naming a variable $ThisVariable.

Category

Technology

Related Terms

Case-sensitive

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