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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