CamelCase


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CamelCase

The spelling of a hardware or software product with multiple capital letters; for example, "BlackBerry," "InterBase" and "CardSpace." Also called "BumpyCaps," "CamelCaps," "InterCaps" and "MixedCase," CamelCase purists claim that the word always begins with lower case, such as "camelCase" and not "CamelCase."
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Python code tends to be self-documenting with the tendency of many Python programmers to use longer variable and function names in Snake Case rather than CamelCase.
It is easier to switch between UPPER, lower or CamelCase - individual words will be still recognized.
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